Google recently announced the launch of Google Chromecast Ultra, a shiny new gadget that will allow you to easily stream 4K and HDR video. With 4K TV’s getting cheaper by the minute, we reveal the latest facts on 4K-capable device to help you stream quality content on your new television set.
Users can now stream up to 4K Ultra HD & HDR picture quality over their Wi-Fi network with Google Chromecast Ultra, a new streaming device that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port. Chromecast Ultra promises fast, reliable performance with minimal buffering and smoother streaming.
You’ll enjoy a crisper picture, deeper color, and smoother video when streaming 4K content to a 4K TV with Chromecast Ultra. Whether your TV is 4K or HD, Chromecast Ultra automatically optimizes your content for the best picture quality possible.
At launch, Chromecast Ultra will stream 4K from Netflix, YouTube and Vudu. However, Google’s own Play TV and Movies store will also start offering 4K video later this year.
Of course, you’ll need sturdy bandwidth to smoothly enjoy these higher-quality streams, so upgrading your broadband plan might also be required. However, even if your Wi-Fi network isn’t ready for the demands of 4K, Chromecast Ultra comes with a built-in Ethernet adapter so you can enjoy rock solid streaming over a wired connection.
The new Google Chromecast Ultra is available for $99. You can currently pre-order the device via the Google Chromecast official website. We also help you compare televisions to find the perfect 4K fit for you.
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