Google just announced the Chromecast Ultra — a video streaming device that will support 4K video and is almost twice as fast as the original Chromecast.
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Google Chromecast Ultra will stream content in full 4K resolution with HDR and Dolby Vision support, but it costs a lot more than its predecessors.
Google's Chromecast — the updated version of which launched in October 2015 — is a great, cheap way to stream content to your TV, with one major drawback: It doesn't support 4K videos. This is now remedied with the Google Chromecas...
Google's plug-in streaming device will support higher definition 4K video plus wider resolution HDR.
At its hardware launch event in San Francisco today, Google unveiled its new Chromecast Ultra, a streaming dongle that pairs with your phone and plugs into your TV to deliver 4K video content over the Web. The successor to last year...