Google Chromecast with Google TV review
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With older Chromecasts your phone was the remote and you would cast from apps on it to the Chromecast, which would display it on your TV. The Chromecast with Google TV however, has its own remote, just like an Amazon Fire TV Stick or Roku. Does that make it better or worse than its predecessors? Let’s find out.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s the picture and sound like?
- What’s it like to use?
- What else do I need to know?
- Should I buy it?
- Height1.2 cm
- Width6.1 cm
- Depth8.2 cm
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