Google’s Chromecast lets you beam video from ‘any device’ to your TV
Google’s $35 Chromecast lets you beam video from ‘any device’ to your TV Google’s $35 Chromecast lets you beam video from ‘any device’ to your TV Google Chromecast connected July 24, 2013 10:02 AM Tom Cheredar 11 Comments inShare819 Google just debuted a new streaming media stick called Chromecast that beams what’s happening on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to your television. The search-and-media giant debuted Chromecast at a press event this morning in San Francisco. The new device brings Apple TV’s Airplay-like functionality for both Android and iOS mobile devices. Oh, and instead of charging $50 to $100 like the cheapest Roku model or Apple’s Apple TV, Chromecast is only $35. That’s insanely cheap for what it does.
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