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Google just announced a souped-up Chromecast

Google has annouced a new supercharged version of its Chromecast streaming player, which offers higher video quality and a corresponding price bump. The new "Chromecast Ultra" comes with support for 4K resolution video, HDR, and Dolby Vision, and costs $69 – an additional $35 over the regular Chromecast that streams in 1080p. In late September, Chromecast's main competitor Roku announced its new lineup of media streaming devices.
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