GOOGLE Chromecast - Third Generation, Charcoal for £30 at Currys
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GOOGLE Chromecast - Third Generation, Charcoal for £30 at Currys

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Google mini and Chromecast. Works perfectly and I was lucky enough to buy it on special offer.


3164795-kySFb.jpgTop features:

- Turn any TV smart and start streaming

- Streaming made simple straight from your smartphone

- Works with Google Home for handsfree control

Turn any TV smart

Love to stream box sets on Netflix, watch the latest trending videos on YouTube, or listen to the newest releases on Spotify? Do all that and more on the big screen with Google Chromecast.

Simply plug the Chromecast into your TV and connect to your home WiFi to get started. From there you can cast straight from compatible apps, such as Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play. It's a great way to make any TV smart.

Streaming made simple

Each member of the family can stream straight from their smartphone, tablet, or PC, so there's no need to re-login to your accounts or share passwords. You don't need to put anything on pause either, as you can still use your phone as you normally would.
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Isn't 30 pounds the usual price everywhere?
crixus1 m ago

Isn't 30 pounds the usual price everywhere?


Yeah if it was £20 it would be a deal. Cold afraid
£30 RRP no deal.
GOOGLE Chromecast ultra would be nice at that price.
Is this much of an upgrade from the 2nd Gen? I bought that a few years ago for £16.99
Great product, but this is the normal price...
tmohammad4 m ago

Is this much of an upgrade from the 2nd Gen? I bought that a few years ago …Is this much of an upgrade from the 2nd Gen? I bought that a few years ago for £16.99


There's not much in it, I wish they upgraded to something more similar to the Amazon firestick, which ironically run on Android
Have they solved the 1080p 60 FPS Audio stutter on these?
Dgkrs38 m ago

There's not much in it, I wish they upgraded to something more similar to …There's not much in it, I wish they upgraded to something more similar to the Amazon firestick, which ironically run on Android



You mean in terms of having a remote? That would be a lot more useful.
tmohammad29 m ago

You mean in terms of having a remote? That would be a lot more useful.


Yes, but it also runs apps/games and can be used as a standalone device. Considering both a similarly priced, the Firestick offers a lot more value.

If it wasn't for the lack of YouTube I would switch my Chromecast for a Firestick tomorrow.
Edited by: "Dgkrs" 16th Jan
Bought for 20, have the 2nd gen as well, slight improvement on picture quality, support 5ghz and load times are quicker
Dgkrs58 m ago

Yes, but it also runs apps/games and can be used as a standalone device. …Yes, but it also runs apps/games and can be used as a standalone device. Considering both a similarly priced, the Firestick offers a lot more value.If it wasn't for the lack of YouTube I would switch my Chromecast for a Firestick tomorrow.



Load up the Firefox browser App and use YouTube through that. Thats how I play Youtube on my Firestick in the bedroom. It works really well.
Just wait a while and they'll go back down to £20 (like they were before Christmas)
tmohammad31 m ago

Load up the Firefox browser App and use YouTube through that. Thats how I …Load up the Firefox browser App and use YouTube through that. Thats how I play Youtube on my Firestick in the bedroom. It works really well.


I still find that a bit annoying, as I do like to cast/ control youtube from my phone. However when my chromecast packs up I might get a firestick
Dgkrs16th Jan

I still find that a bit annoying, as I do like to cast/ control youtube …I still find that a bit annoying, as I do like to cast/ control youtube from my phone. However when my chromecast packs up I might get a firestick


You can also cast YouTube to the Fire stick as well and control it using your phone!
Edited by: "gulfam1" 19th Jan
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