Right now, you can pick up a 3rd-generation Chromecast for just $20 before Google replaces it with the upcoming Google TV powered Chromecast HD. Since 2013, Google has made a name for itself in ...
The Google Chromecast (3rd generation) is part of the Streaming Media test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, Streaming Media Devices models like the Chromecast (3rd generation ...
While Google is parading around the fact that the new Chromecast is cheaper than the first-gen $35 device it launched in 2012, the company is updating the budget version after four years.
Google already has the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch launch scheduled for October 6, so we might hear more about the low-end Chromecast there. On the other hand, the third-gen Chromecast that's being ...
As rumored, the Chromecast with Google TV (HD) runs a different processor than the first-gen. It’s compatible ... to see how it stacks up compared to third-party Google TV dongles, like the ...
It's also the cheapest Chromecast you can get directly from Google now, as the third-generation model (which launched in 2018) has been discontinued. Software support will still continue for the ...
You’ve owned at least one, and probably gifted several over the years to friends and family, but Google’s Chromecast streamers ... this may be the last generation of streaming sticks.
The third-generation Chromecast offers you 1080p resolution ... You can also save on a bundle with Google's Nest Mini (2nd gen) in Charcoal, getting both for £34.19. Given that the Chromecast ...
It's been nearly a decade since Google launched the first-generation Chromecast on July 24, 2013. In 2014, within a year of its launch, Google announced the launch of the Google Cast SDK.
Our guide to Google Chromecast ... data limits — Chromecast can eat up data quickly. Also, some hotels put their TV inputs on a sort of lockdown, restricting the use of third-party devices.