New Google Chromecast 2.0 With All New Design, Colours And More

Google has just announced version 2 of its Chromecast product, along with a new Chromecast Audio, which turns any speaker with an AUX in into an Internet-connected device.

The Chromecast originally launched in 2013 to bring a Chrome browser experience to your TV. It was an inexpensive way to fling content onto your TV, essentially turning a dumb one into a smart one.

According to Google, the streaming stick's new design (small and round, with an integrated HDMI cable) makes it easier to plug into the HDMI port even if you have other devices plugged in. It will be available in lemonade, coral and black starting today in 17 countries and it worth the Same $35.
Along with the new physical devices, a new Chromecast app has dropped to let you find all of the content that you might not have known you could watch on your TV before. No remote or game controller needed. Just your phone and some Wi-Fi.
Compare the Chromecast to some of its competitors:
Amazon Fire TV: $99
New Apple TV: $139 or $199
XBox One: $349
Chromecast: $35

"Google Chromecast 2.0"


Weight 30.7g
51.9 x 51.9 x 13.49mm

Maximum resolution 

802.11ac (2.4GHz/5GHz)

Ports and connections 

5V, 1A power supply

Availability 29 September 2015

The new Chromecast runs in almost exactly the same way as the original device - it plugs directly into a spare HDMI port on your television and allows you to ‘Cast’ from your phone or tablet and have the output on your screen.