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CHROMECAST (2015) REVIEW: A SUPERFLUOUS UPGRADE TO A HIGH-CALIBER PRODUCT

CHROMECAST (2015) REVIEW: A SUPERFLUOUS UPGRADE TO A HIGH-CALIBER PRODUCT


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Credit: Jared Newman
The second-generation Chromecast might be the most unnecessary hardware that Google has ever released, but that doesn't mean it's bad product

With Chromecast, the hardware never mattered much. Unlike media streamers from RokuAmazon, and Apple, a Chromecast doesn’t come with a remote control. Instead, you use your phone, tablet, or computer’s Chrome browser as the remote. When you’re ready to watch TV, you open a supported app such as Netflix or Hulu, hit the big “Cast” button, choose a video, and watch as it starts streaming on the television a few seconds later.

By moving the entire browsing experience to the device in your pocket (or on your lap), Chromecast is unburdened by heavy computational and storage requirements, not to mention the cost of a remote. And whenever you buy a new phone or tablet, the Chromecast experience automatically gets smoother and faster. This unique setup—and ever-expanding app support—has allowed Chromecast to get better with age.

Via Link:http://www.itnews.com/article/2994019/home-players/chromecast-2015-review-a-superfluous-upgrade-to-a-high-caliber-product.html

Muhammad Saqib

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