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So you can spend hundreds of pounds on a so-called 'smart' TV that has its own built-in internet wizardry, but the beauty of Chromecast is that it adds similar wizardry to any TV with the right socket, for a fraction of the cost.
Chromecast is Google's newest TV device enabling users to plug in the device into any HD TV and then cast any online content from phone, laptop or tablet to the TV screen.
ChromeCast is available in a rich palette of 20 mirror-like deep colors, from bright blue-whites to midnight blacks.
The success of Google's first Chromecast device illustrated the importance that pricing plays on the uptake of streaming media devices, and the company's new audio solutions continue to follow this low cost model.
Use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to cast your Chromecast apps right on to the big screen.
It works by automatically finding and connecting to any DLNA or Chromecast device on the network.
Chromecast sounds great in theory: Just about anything you see on your phone can theoretically be mirrored on your big TV.
This new release integrates LG Electronics' “Connect SDK” (software development kit) to enable Apple TV, Roku and LG webOS-enabled Smart TVs, while continuing to support Google's Chromecast and DLNA enabled devices.
Amazon has launched an Internet-connected TV set-top box in order to compete with Apple TV and Google's Chromecast in the television market, according to online reports.
Google's new Chromecast joins Apple TV and Roku as a device that will connect your smart TV to your wireless network.
Simply plug the Chromecast into the TV's HDMI port, and it'll display content from your phone, tablet or laptop.
Marvell a worldwide leader in providing complete silicon solutions from storage to Internet of Things (IoT), cloud infrastructure, digital entertainment, in-home content delivery and Kinoma software enabling the Smart Life and Smart Lifestyle today announced its continued collaboration with Google in enabling Chromecast 2.