Google presents the Chromecast devices for multimedia content

You can send multimedia content from the “smartphone” tablet computer or television, and playing audio through the portable speakers
Google presents the Chromecast devices for multimedia content

Google introduced the new Chromecast last September with the new Nexus and Nexus 5x 6P
Google has presented Tuesday in Spain Chromecast two new devices which operate by “streaming”: one to send multimedia content from your smartphone, computer or tablet to television and other audio to play through the portable speakers.

This is a new version of these artifacts whose earlier versions have already reached more than 20 million users and a new design including a triple integrated adaptive antenna and wireless system architecture.

“This type of connection is a big advantage over Bluetooth because the mobile device is not locked when you receive calls and is faster to send the content directly from the cloud,” he explained the representative of developers Google engineers.

During the presentation you have insisted that “smartphones” have now become the “center of life” and therefore the objective of this launch goes through “meet the specific needs of users and the digital home.”

Thus, “we break barriers to the digital world is connected and mobile can play the role of critical equipment”, he explained.

Both devices work with systems iOS (iPhone, iPad, Mac), but also with Android phones and tablets, and Windows Chromebooks.

added that the microprocessor “has not changed” so that the playback speed will remain “snapshot” and, as regards the audio, he said that supports surround sound.

Chromecast for video turns the phone “in a remote ‘when content-aware applications from Google Cast and quality content on television is HD is sent.

As for the audio Chromecast admits the main speakers and AUX inputs, RCA and optical, so after connecting to the home network, “it can start playing content without using battery power.”

Apart from Google ensure that installation can be made in “three minutes” so that “anyone who knows the operation of a mobile device is able to use these devices.”