Chromecast with Google TV: a different approach to building a TV set-top box
Chromecast with Google TV is born to turn your TV into a media center
The new generation of Chromecast with Google TV has become an even more interesting gadget than before, so it's time to talk about it in more detail, consider all the advantages and disadvantages of a set-top box.
Comes Chromecast with Google TV in a civilized white box. The packaging is traditionally minimalistic: the player itself, a power supply, a cable, a remote control and an instruction manual. The outer one is a small oval shaped drive with a short HDMI cable. From above, the body is smooth and only the letter G slightly dilutes the unobtrusiveness and conciseness of the design.
Perhaps the main feature of the new generation Chromecast is that it has become a standalone device and you do not need a smartphone to display content on the TV screen. And all thanks to the fact that the player received its own shell, which made it possible to create the first full-fledged media player from Google.
To emphasize the significance of the event, the company even renamed the interface to Google TV, although, in fact, we are all dealing with the same Android TV. However, visually it differs from its predecessor and offers a number of cardinal differences. You can learn how Chromecast with Google TV works and other details about it from the video. We hope that it will be useful and informative for you.