Google Chromecast has been out for a while now and one of the best aspects of it other than the low price tag was the built-in Wi-Fi that connects the little dongle with apps and content from the web. But if you have poor WiFi, then it was quite annoying. But Google has a solution for this also: Ethernet Adaptor for Google Chromecast unleashed to solve your Wifi problems. It will allow you to stream your content through a faster wired connection.
What is Google Chromecast?
For those who are not familiar with Google Chromecast, it is a small dongle that allows users to cast content from your mobile device to your TV screens. It serves like a set-top box which is in a compact form with a more narrow focus.
The company has been continuously updating the Google Chromecast. In addition to playing media content, it can also be used as a presentation device by pushing Google Slides documents. The search engine giant is also planning to use it more as a gaming device by testing with dual-screen gaming content. It is nice to have an Ethernet Adaptor for Google Chromecast as an option because all of that will take bandwidth.
The Google Store listing notes, “This optional accessory lets you connect your Chromecast directly to your router to create a fast and reliable connection for your Chromecast.”
Ethernet Adaptor for Google Chromecast will cost nearly $15 USD and is already sold out. If you want one of it keep an eye on Google’s online store and grab it when the next lot is available. To use the Ethernet Adaptor you just need to plug it into the Chromecast and then plug the ethernet cable into the adapter.