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This item: Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player
Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) B00INNP5VU
Apple TV MD199LL/A (Current Version) B007I5JT4S
Roku LT Streaming Media Player (Old Version) B00GHGMCN4
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|Total USB Ports||0||0||1||0|
|Number of HDMI Ports||0||1||1||0|
|Model Year||2013||Information not Provided||2012||2013|
|Dimensions||4.72 inches x 4.72 inches||3.1 inches x 1.05 inches||3.9 inches x 3.9 inches||3.74 inches x 3.74 inches|
Chromecast is the easy way to enjoy online video and anything from the web on your TV. Plug it into any HDTV and control it with your existing smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Send your favorites from HBO GO, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Watch ESPN, Crunchyroll, MLS, Crackle, Rdio, MLB.TV, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Music, and Chrome to your TV with the press of a button. No more huddling around small screens and tiny speakers. Chromecast automatically updates to work with a growing number of apps.
With Chromecast, you can easily enjoy your favorite online content on your HDTV—movies, TV shows, videos, music, photos, websites, and more from HBO GO, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Watch ESPN, Crunchyroll, MLS, Crackle, Rdio, MLB.TV, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Music, and Chrome. Learn how.
Chromecast works with devices you already own, including Android tablets and smartphones, iPhones, iPads, Mac and Windows laptops, and Chromebooks. Browse for what to watch, control playback, and adjust volume using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You won't have to learn anything new.
Plug Chromecast into any HDTV, connect it to WiFi, then send videos and more from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to your TV.
Friends and family can use your Chromecast with their smartphone, tablet, or laptop without any additional setup.
* Subscriptions may be required to use with certain content providers
* Power cord required (not shown)
Does tab casting work with Amazon Prime Streaming / Amazon Instant Video?
Tab projection for Amazon Prime Streaming and Amazon Instant Video will not work when using Silverlight plugin for streaming.
Can I plug my Chromecast into an audio/video receiver?
Yes, you may plug in your Chromecast into an audio/video receiver with an HDMI input.
Is a remote supplied with my Chromecast?
Chromecast works with devices you already own, including Android tablets and smarphones, iPhones, iPads, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows. Browse for what to watch, control playback, and adjust volumes using your device. You won't have to learn anything new.
You can stream content that is shown within Chrome for Mac and Chrome for Windows.
Can I cast a tab from Chrome on smartphones and tablets to my TV?
Currently Chromecast does not support casting a Chrome tab from smartphones or tablets.
This little stick is the best 35 bux I have ever spent.
Google keeps updating this and it just gets better and better. Read more
I'm a huge google fan, but this product has been fairly flaky, failing to play videos, or getting hung up during playback. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by B Mitch
People having problems with this gadget must suck. It's fool proof. No problems, streams great.Published 5 hours ago by Vincenzo
Love it. Way better than the roku one in my opinion. Lots more options!Published 5 hours ago by Loe55
Google's Chromecast is definitely something I couldn't live without! I use it much more than I ever imagined I would. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Jo
Works awesome and great for streaming between mobile devices and a tv!Published 6 hours ago by Danielle Hayes
First off this a super little device that will easily replace the built in streaming options that ship with my Vizio TV. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Brad Wyckhouse