"Google gives the Chromecast an Ultra upgrade"
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Google gives the Chromecast an Ultra upgrade
So today we're introducing Chromecast Ultra.
Our most premium TV streaming device to date.
Chromecast Ultra brings everything you already love about Chromecast, plus even crisper picture and better performance.
You will now be able to cast your favorite content in up to 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR.
In Dolby Vision Support.
You can get the highest contrast ratio and deepest colors from your favorite TV shows on Netflix.
Mine happens to be Narcos.
Popular titles on Voodoo and YouTube's extensive catalog of 4K videos and we're happy to announce that Google Play Movies will be rolling out 4K content in November.
Supported on Chromecast Ultra.
Your shows and movies are gonna look really really fantastic.
We've also significantly improved performance and reliability.
Chromecast Ultra's 1.8 times faster to load content and includes major wi-fi improvements to support streams from full HD to ultra HD without a hitch Plus Chromecast Ultra comes with an ethernet port.
It's integrated into the power adapter so it's simple to connect.
Just like Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra is a, comes in a small compact size so it conveniently hides behind the TV.
No extra cable, boxes or clutter.
And of course, Chromecast Ultra includes all of the great content already available on Chromecast.
Just cast your favorite entertainment from your phone, tablet or laptop.
Chromecast Ultra is gonna be available on November for $69, it showcases the next generation streamy technology
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