Google has officially unveiled it’s latest Chromecast Ultra device. This time, the streaming device has been powered up with 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision support. That essentially means that you’ll be able to enjoy 4K content via elements such as YouTube and Google Play Movies. YouTube is already available for 4K streaming, but Google Play Movies will be launching 4K content next month.
The Google Chromecast Ultra will be rolling out into stores this November for a price tag of £69 ($69 for US customers) – interestingly, that’s double the price of previous Google Chromecast generation. Google has stated that 30 million Chromecasts have been sold in total, and their intention now is to continue providing the best possible needs for the customer. The only obstacle right now is figuring whether customers are willing to pay a more expensive price for the company’s latest streaming device. Let’s not forget that it does come with some decent updates, focusing more on 4K content support.
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Via: | TechnoBuffalo |
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