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Google launches Chromecast low-cost TV dongle


 Google outs a Star! Yes, you have read it correctly, Google Inc. has finally released the much hyped “Chromecast” which allows users to project the digital content from your phone / tablet or from your Computer right to your HDMI based devices like Television Screens. While this was just a small thing, yet very convenient which makes your dumb television into Smart.We all know that how much costly all the Smart Televisions are and Google today launched a new way wherein you can transform your HDMI enabled television into no less than a Smart TV for just $35. So, let’s check out on what are the specs and features along with the Supported OS / devices for this Chromecast.

Specs & Features of Chromecast by Google:
Chromecast by Google comes with the latest state of the art HDMI and CES compatibility along with the Output video resolution of 1080p along with the support of 2.4GHz of WiFi 802.11 b/g/n wireless capability. This device also supports multiple devices ranging from IOS to
Android to Mac OS etc. We have also mentioned the detailed list of specs and features below;
  • Dimensions: 72(L) x 35(W) x 12(H) mm,
  • HDMI & CEC Compatible,
  • 1080p Maximum Output Resolution,
  • 34 grams weight,
  • 2.4 GHz WiFi 802.11 b/g/n,


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