Google Chromecast launched in India for Rs. 2,999 on GOSF 2014


Google today proclaimed it is propelling the Chromecast in India, which will be a big exclusive launch at its yearly Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF), which launched today the Google Chromecast. Chromecast is basically a HDMI dongle device, which brings general streaming from any device to one’s TV. It is valued at Rs 2,999, and Google has signed in with Airtel, Eros Now, and the device will be solely accessible on Snapdeal.

Google had dispatched the Chromecast back in last year July, and it was at first just accessible in the US. Anyway towards the end of a year ago, the Mountain View-based company had uncovered that it anticipates propelling forward the device in more nations in this year.

The Chromecast resembles a pendrive from the start and is really the same size as a USB drive. You plug it to your TV’s HDMI port and pair it to Wi-Fi and it is all installed to stream any video or audio content from any devices within the range.

It is an exceptionally basic functional product which may not require to go for a demo to learn how to use and can reflect anything that is on your device into the TV. The streaming likewise lives up to expectations out of sight, implying that you can keep working away at your smartphone or tablet and not stress over the video halting.


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