Google chromecast 4k plugs into your TV and ensure easy access to multiple streaming platforms , from OSN+ and YouTube to Google Play and Netflix.
Let’s start with Pros and Cons ,
|4K HDR with Dolby Vision||Can’t be powered by all TVs|
|Reasonable price||Slow a bite when changing between apps|
|Comes with remote||Won’t beat high-end streaming devices|
How does Chromecast work?
The most important thing to understand about casting is that it isn’t just about sending content from your phone to your Chromecast. In the vast majority of cases, all you’re doing is pointing your phone at the source to tell the Chromecast device what content to play. Chromecast then uses its own connection to retrieve the stream in the highest possible quality.
That is, if you connect a Chromecast Ultra to a 4K TV, it will play 4K content that you cannot view on your phone.
If, on the other hand, you’re mirroring your phone on the TV or viewing a website, you’re sending that directly from your phone or computer to the Chromecast, and both must remain connected. This is true whether you’re casting the screen of an Android device, a Chrome tab, or your Chromebook desktop.
Set-up Chromecast :
Google Chromecast 3 setup is extremely simple. Plugging your Chromecast into your TV’s HDMI port and a power source begins the setup process, followed by installing the Google Home mobile app on your mobile device and following the app’s setup instructions.
The app will detect your Chromecast and prompt you to connect it to the same Wi-Fi network as your mobile device.
Chromecast can also be configured to work with your computer. Simply install the Chrome browser, which will cast to your Chromecast natively.