Google Chromecast – is a streaming stick that connects to your TV’s HDMI inputs and accepts videos from tablets, smartphones, and Google’s Chrome browser.
The coolest part of this sticklike device is the fact that you get to control a range of devices for only $35!
So, what is it that you need to know about the little streaming dongle in order to enjoy your favorite online entertainment on your TV?
Here’s a short video with a full review of Google’s latest gadget. Discover how to set everything up and get started in less than 2 minutes…
Pimp up your living room with Google Chromecast
Let’s have a quick look at some of Chromecast’s benefits:
- Installation is a breeze. Plug the dongle into the TV and connect the USB for power. You can use a spare USB port on your TV. Follow the on screen instructions.
- Run everything from one device only. You can control Chromecast from both IOS devices and Android. The picture and sound quality is great.
- The device grabs video, audio and pictures straight from the cloud. No need to use big media libraries and thus kill mobile batteries while streaming.
The list of current compatible streaming sources is limited. For $35 you get HD videos and audios from major sites, including YouTube, Netflix, Google Music and Google Plus. Click here to access a list of resources.
Chromecast doesn’t play iTunes movies and chances are this isn’t going to change in the future. So far, no TV streaming device is able to provide an easy-to-use and cross-platform compatible program for a good price point.
For $35 you get HD video and audio to your TV, thus making it hard to criticize Chromecast’s offer and price. Watch Google’s promotional video below.
Have you tried Google Chromecast yet? What do you like or dislike most?