Google introduces $35 Chromecast streaming stick

Google’s Mario Queiroz reveals the Chromecast, a sticklike device that connects to one of your TV’s HDMI inputs and accepts video pushed from smartphones, ta…

16 thoughts on “Google introduces $35 Chromecast streaming stick

  1. Tried to get the cast button for chrome on my nexus 7, was told is was not supported. It’s a Google Android system and it’s not supported. This thing still has too many bugs.

  2. Why get this when most new TV’s (like the one they used) have wifi/apps on them. Unless your TV doesn’t then I understand. Youtube lets you cast the video to from your phone to your TV if you have Youtube app on your TV. And Goggle stuff only is gay. But maybe it will constantly release updates to Chromecast device for more stuff in the future. $35 to bring apps to Non-app TV’s…i guess that’s not so bad.

  3. Here’s my view. 1. Bought it n returned it. 2. Because, its just like a product like Sony, u have to use just Google stuff ONLY. 3. Yes, it plays websites from pc but nothing that you own from ur phone that’s not Googleware. 4. Doesn’t play videos from tablet or phone, pc that is not Google material again. No games, peronal pics, no personal vids or music again. 5. Solely use for google stuff like this keeps saying, Google vids from Play Store, Music from Google Music and so on. 6. Don’t get it

  4. But it is a big deal to buy a ps3 for 2 or 3 tvs in your house, so you can get other tvs on at the 35 dollar price point which was a key point in their speech.

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