Google Chromecast - Charcoal Grey

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Model Number: GA00439-CA
Web Code: 13021720

Overview

With Google Chromecast you can watch movies, sports, television shows and more. All you have to do is plug Chromecast into your TV's HDMI port and you can watch content from over 1000 apps streamed directly from your smartphone. Plus, Chromecast and Google Home connect seamlessly to give you convenient voice control.
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  • Stream from your phone to TV by simply plugging Chromecast into the HDMI port on your TV
  • Watch shows, listen to playlists, and more, all while using your phone as you normally do
  • Compatible with over 1000 apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Google Photos, letting you view shows, movies, videos, songs, games, sports and more
  • Chromecast and Google Home work seamlessly together, so you can choose what you want to watch from compatible apps and control TV hands-free by saying "Ok Google"
  • Chromecast offers an easy and affordable way to expand your home entertainment without buying a new TV
Remote Control Included
No
Voice Control
No
MicroSD Card Slot
No
Google Cast Compatible
Yes
Miracast Compatible
No
Gaming
No
Preloaded Apps
Netflix; Youtube; Hulu; Showtime Anytime; Comedy Central; HBO Go; MTV; Disney Channel
Works with Google Assistant
Yes
Works with Amazon Alexa
No
Resolution
1080p
Maximum Resolution
1080p HD
Colour
Charcoal Grey
Width
5.19 cm
Height
1.38 cm
Depth
5.19 cm
Width (Inches)
2.04 in
Height (Inches)
0.54 in
Depth (Inches)
2.04 in

  • Connectivity issues
    by

    from Brampton, Ontario on June 21, 2019

    It used to be a good device for few years but recent update and google home incorporation made it a useless device. I have android and ios phone and both the devices are never able to detect the device in first instance. No matter how many times you reset or check your network but still it fails. I get so frustrated that it annoys me buying a google product and trusting its worth. Sorry Google you need to fix this issue soon.


  • Google sucks
    by

    from British Columbia on May 24, 2019

    I have been using Chromecast for a few years now. It worked flawlessly for my until... I bought my first Google phone, the Pixel 1, ever since it's been garbage. To me it is bizarre, I would think that Google products would work together than Google and other Androids. When I say garbage I'm referring to connectivity. Almost every single time (not exaggerating) I turn it on it is invisible to my phone, through the home app, or any other casting app. My wife's old Samsung sees it every time and right away. If I wait half an hour often times my phone will see it. Who the f@#k is willing to wait half an hour to cast, the whole point of the damn thing is supposed to be intant connectivity. Very disappointed with Google! I am very seriously considering switching to Apple, their products actually work


  • This is the worst media player DON'T BUY IT!!
    by

    from BC, Canada on May 21, 2019

    I bought one of these on a Black Friday sale. After playing around with it for some time, I was able to get it set up but then had to wait for a lengthy update. Once I finally got it to connect to my home network, it was ready to cast. The main problem is that this was developed without need for a remote, however that means it must connect to your app on your smart phone via you local wifi network. At home this generally works, but never works at a hotel, as you can't just connect with other devices on a public network as that should be blocked. So it's useless to watch Netflix while your on vacation at a hotel. Secondly, there are no actual apps loaded onto the Chromecast. So, it depends on whether the apps on your phone are able to cast. Some apps like Netflix will but many won't. The casting itself is often fairly buggy, pending on your wifi network. If the network or connection is slower, then you get very poor playback as it's running through your wifi network. Compared to the FireStick TV which does have a remote and you can load apps, this device is almost useless. The only advantage of the Chromecast, is that it works with Google Home assistant. So you can ask you home device to play whatever on your tv if you know the actual name of the show. However, if you don't you will have to open the Netflix app on your phone, then search and then cast. No convenient browsing of tv shows and movies.


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