The Mountain View company is renewing its Chromecast with Google TV and offering an HD version. Apart from its definition which changes compared to the 4K model, the latter keeps the same spirit, namely to broadcast its favorite content on the television. It’s a real TV box, with the added bonus of a remote control and an ever so discreet design. This solution allows you to connect your television without putting the high price on it since it benefits from a 25% reduction.
What is Google Chromecast with Google TV (HD)?
- A minimalist look and a remote control with Google Assistant
- SVoD applications in 1080p
- The Google TV experience
Instead of a price crossed out at 39.99 euros, the Google Chromecast dongle with Google TV (HD) benefits from a 25% discount and is now at 29.99 euros on the Amazon site, but also Darty, the Fnac and Boulanger.
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Google Chromecast with Google TV (HD) at the best price?
A look identical to the 4K version
Google launches a Chromecast with Google TV (HD). It takes the exact same design as the one released in 2020, and takes the form of a flat pebble with a small HDMI cable sticking out and a USB-C port to power it. It simply connects to the back of your TV, without needing your smartphone or tablet to access it.
An effective dongle to connect your TV
Once plugged in, installation is quick and easy. It can be done directly on the TV with the remote control, or much more conveniently on a smartphone from the Google Home application and scanning the QR code displayed. During installation, you can pre-download SVoD services such as Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, and more.
To lower the bill, this model is deprived of 4K and is capped at HD video quality at 60 frames per second. However, this is still sufficient to enjoy your content, especially if your television is not 4K compatible. It is still HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG compatible and allows you to play Dolby Atmos content on compatible devices. As for the interface, we find a pure Google TV experience, which highlights content rather than platforms. The OS is based on Android TV, which we appreciate for its fluidity and ease. Even if it is still possible to use your smartphone, a remote control is provided to navigate the interface.
Discover our test on the Google Chromecast HDMI stick with Google TV (4K version) to find out more.
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In order to discover Google Chromecast’s competition with Google TV in the field and find the model that best suits your TV, we invite you now to consult our guide to buying the best multimedia boxes of the moment.