Go from phone screen to TV screen with a Google Chromecast® V3.1.
How Does It Work?
Google Chromecast V3.1 works by plugging into the HDMI port of your TV. Once plugged in and powered, you're given the ability to stream from your phone to your TV screen. And you can still use your phone while you're streaming onto the TV. You know, just in case you have to watch something you're not particularly interested in, but a certain family member always gets their way.
What's So Great About Google Chromecast V3.1?
When you buy a Google Chromecast, you not only have a device that allows you to move your phone screen to the TV screen, but you're also afforded many other features. First of all, Google Chromecast is voice-activated and works from the command of your voice. If you find your Wi-Fi just isn't up to par, no worries. You can buy an ethernet adapter for your Chromecast device in order to hook it up straight to your network for even faster streaming and speed. Also, if you own a VR headset, you are able to cast it onto your Google Chromecast for the amusement of your friends and family to see what you're seeing, only they're watching it on the big screen (and also watching you flail around like a lunatic). For more professional scenarios, you can use your Chromecast device as a way to make presentations: simply cast your presentation from Google Slides onto your Chromecast to give a seamless presentation. Google Chromecast deals with your photos too: you can add photos to its ambient mode in order to have pleasant pictures appear on-screen whenever you're not using the device but still want your screen to have a nice aesthetic (perhaps when hosting a party or a small get together).
When you buy Google Chromecast, you have a device that's compatible with popular streaming apps, that supports all of your wireless networks and that gives you clear imaging of up to 1080p resolution.