Google Launches Ethernet Adapter for Chromecast at $15


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Google’s dongle-shaped Chromecast was launched back in 2013 and has been one of the popular choices for streaming Google Cast apps and Internet video services like Netflix, YouTube and other content through the HDMI port of TV sets, apart from mirroring certain Android devices. The device however had its limitations as it supported 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n bands instead of 5GHz Wi-Fi 802.11ac bands, and a refreshed model has been long expected for increased bandwidth.

Now, Google has launched an Ethernet Adapter for Chromecast that gives users to ability to add a wired connection for hard-to-reach Wi-Fi spots. The $15 (approximately Rs. 950) Ethernet Adapter for Chromecast went on sale via Google Store on Wednesday and was soon listed as ‘out of stock.’ The company is yet to reveal when the stocks of the Adapter for Chromecast for Chromecast will be replenished. So far Google has also not revealed whether…

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