Chromecast Ultra, Google’s New 4K Stream Machine

October 4 will be a major day for both Google and tech aficionados. Not just are we anticipating that Google should flaunt its first Pixel phones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, we won’t be stunned on the off chance that they reveal evaluating and accessibility for Google Home, and present Google WiFi switches and another Chromecast.

That new Chromecast is said to be known as the Chromecast Ultra and the guys at VentureBeat have given us pictures of it (above).

For those new to Chromecasts, at any rate, the latest discharges, realize that this looks precisely like the Chromecast (second gen) that was discharged a year ago. You have this puck-like outline with a short yet bendable HDMI link sticking out from its body as a method for associating with a TV.

The distinction here, from an outline viewpoint, comes as a “G” or Google logo set up of the old Chrome logo. That is it. As should be obvious in the pictures, similar to a year ago’s model, the link can stretch out or join to the back of the gadget through a magnet.

So what’s distinctive in the functionality office? All things considered, this new Chromecast ought to have the capacity to stream 4K video (henceforth the “ultra” in the name) and may even have HDR support. It’ll likewise cost about twofold the standard HD Chromecast if reports from a week ago are right.

That would mean a $69 sticker price rather than the $35 that has gone with two eras of Chromecasts.


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