Google’s latest deal for Google Home, which lands you a free Chromecast or Chromecast Audio in addition to your Home purchase, is live at numerous electronics dealers.
The deal is about as straight forward as it gets too. All you have to do is add Google Home and a Chromecast device to your cart and the $35 price of the Chromecast will be dropped from the final total. The Chromecast Ultra is not a part of the discount, just FYI.
If curious about Google Home, be sure to checkout our review.
Deal Links: Best Buy | B&H Photo | Target | Walmart | Google Store
Depending on where you shop for electronics, you may find a $10 off sale on Google’s newest Chromecast, the Chromecast Ultra. As of today, you can buy the 4K-spitting streaming device for $59, the lowest price to date that I can recall.
What makes the Ultra different from the regular Chromecast? Well, it has the capability to stream in 4K and HDR, so it’s the Chromecast that is built for the future. Assuming you own a 4K TV and want to get the most out of your streaming services as they enable 4K, this would be the Chromecast to buy.
Links: Best Buy | Google Store
During our Google Home review, we knocked the smart home speaker over its lack of Cast-able video or multimedia content as being one of its current flaws. We’re talking about being able to send over things like Netflix shows or Google Photos albums with your voice. At launch, Google only included YouTube casting, which is fine as a fun demo, but we all know the serious additions will be when players like Netflix, Plex, and some of the TV streaming services decide to participate. If recent additions to the Google Home app are any indicator, we could be close to that happening. (more…)
Chromecast, possibly the greatest stocking stuffer gift of all time, can now be purchased for just $25 via Office Depot’s website. At $25, you’re saving $10 per unit, making this an even sweeter pickup for yourself, or someone you may know who is in need. (more…)
Confused? Try to keep up, will ya?
Google Cast, the technology behind TVs and speakers that allows you to Cast media throughout your house, is now also known as “Chromecast built-in.” Google announced the change last night through Twitter and by updating the @GoogleCast account to just @Chromecast. Check it out in the Tweet below. (more…)
We hope you didn’t grow too attached to the Google Cast rebranding for the Chromecast app, as it is now going through yet another branding change. In a new update that will soon hit all users, the app’s name has been changed to Google Home, cementing its purpose as the go-to application for users of Google Cast and the soon-to-be-available Google Home device. (more…)
The Chromecast Ultra, Google’s latest HDMI dongle capable of streaming 4K content, is now up for purchase on the Google Store. The Ultra is priced at $69, and will ship about 2-3 weeks from now, according to Google. (more…)
Announced today, the Chromecast Ultra has been made official by Google. Priced at $69, the Ultra is capable of delivering 4K streams with HDR, thanks to updated internals. Essentially, the Ultra will do everything your standard Chromecast is capable of, with exception to the high quality streaming. You can still cast YouTube videos, music, watch Netflix, and everything else. (more…)