Chromecast enabled Vizio TV

Chromecast is a device developed by Google and it is used as a digital media player. It is a 72 mm long dongle. As we all know Chromecast is used for streaming Youtube, Netflix videos directly on your HDTVs by casting them from your android and iOS devices and laptops. It is only 2.4 inches device which we plug into HDTV and hence enjoy the streaming on the big screen. This dongle helps to play audio or video streaming in television of high definition quality. It uses WiFi or local internet connection. This device is required to plug in the HDMI port of the television.

Chromecast enabled Vizio TV

Google is Launching Chromecast enabled TV

The HDMI dongle comes with 2.4GHZ wireless radio frequency to communicate with mobile phones and tablets. It does not run on battery. It comes with a micro USB cable and an adapter for a source of energy. This device will be able to provide an integration of services using different sources.

Chromecast supports major service like Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, Spotify, Pandora, YouTube, and even games like Just Dance. etc. such that which makes it more popular and hence used by many users and also it is very cheap like you can get it in 35$.

Variety reports that Google has entered into an agreement with the Irvine, California-based company that’ll see Chromecastfunctionality built into a few of its future products.

Now Google and Vizio had reported that they have been building Chromecast enabled TVs such that the Chromecast will be enabled in them so you don’t need to plug any external device. Also, it will start a new era of the HDTVs which will replace or vanish the existence of Chromecast.

Buyers who lack the aforementioned smartphone or tablet needn’t fret, though. Vizio’s entertaining the notion of bundling with some TV models an Android tablet that’ll serve as both a dedicated remote control and programming guide. It’ll feature shortcuts to streaming services, Variety says, plus personalized movie and TV show recommendations.

Vizio’s Chromecast-enabled TVs are purportedly set to launch this spring. They may have competition: according to Variety, Google’s in talks with at least one other TV manufacturer about adding similar casting features.

This partnership of Google and Vizio represent a shift in strategy for Google, which has insisted that TV and set-top box manufacturers rely on its Android TV software to deliver Chromecast-like features.

Google’s got a long way to go if it hopes to compete with more established players in the streaming space — according to some analysts, Chromecast usage trails behind Apple TV, Amazon’s Fire TV, and Roku devices — but an agreement with TV makers may give it a leg up.

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