Chromecast: Wirelessly Play Your Smart Device on Your HDTV for $35 Shipped *In Stock!*

This is great if you want to watch web only content on your TV, get Google’s Chromecast!

I have seen this on television and it has me intrigued.  The reviews are good and as I am always considering getting rid of cable this looks like an option!

Use it to stream YouTube, Hulu, Netflix and more to your HDTV. It’s currently $35 with free shipping on Amazon – and it’s IN STOCK!

Product Features

  • Stream online video, music and more to your TV using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop
  • Supports Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, as well as anything on the web through Chrome browser
  • Works with Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows
  • Easy setup: Plug into any HDTV and connect to your home WiFi network
  • Box includes Chromecast, HDMI extender, USB power cable, and power adapter

Be sure to double check the price before you buy- Amazon prices can change quickly.

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  1. Shannon Sharp says

    I am not convinced that something like this is worth it. We gave up our cable and got Playon & a Roku box & we have a Wii. Once you’ve made those one time purchases then you have to pay to watch Hulu Plus, you can’t get the free Hulu on the Wii or Chromecast. You can get it in the Roku. You have to pay for the instant Netflix and you have to have a cable provider for HBO to Go, Fox and such stations. If you want to watch ABC, NBC or CBS you have to gave Playon type device which has a subscription fee also. So by the time you pay for just a couple things you might as well keep cable bundle. Oh yeah if you want to watch local station for news you have to have a digital converter which doesn’t always work when you want it to.
    Does anyone else have an opinion? I would like to here other ideas.