Talking about the Google Chromecast which is one of the most popular media streaming stick goes on sale in the Indian market, with an international price tag of $35. Roku is yet another USB drive that rivals Chromecast, but the Google’s new one gives best competition to higher priced streaming devices by delivering better capabilities for a much cheaper price point. Now that, Google is bringing the Chromecast to India as part of its annual Great Online Shopping Festival and its here now, exclusive on Snapdeal.
The Chromecast actually made available to buy a year ago and it took this long to launch the product in India. The Google Chromecast is a device connects to television directly through HDMI port and draws power over USB. Streaming content from online partners directly to your TV is pretty easy and you can also playback local content directly from your Android phones.
Next, it comes with lots of Google Apps such as YouTube and Play Movies, alongside apps from its partners like Spuul, YouppTV and Eros Now for on-demand Bollywood and regional movies and you can also listen to music, and watch TV shows on-demand as well via Chromecast.
Airtel and Eros both to celebrate the launch offering Chromecast customers a range of subscription and content bundling options. While Airtel Brathi offers 20GB data per month (over and above the current plan quota) for 3 months on Broadband customers.
Google Chromecast is priced at Rs. 2,999 in India, and it the best alternative available so far. Launched at the Great Online Shopping Festival. The Chromecast sold on Snapdeal exclusively and will be available to buy from select Airtel stores across India from December 10.