Google is rolling out the red carpet for the debut of Chromecast, a small but powerful streaming attachment that plugs into the HDMI port on a television.
Analogous to other streaming devices but with more features and content access points, users can take advantage of Google’s new product to stream and queue material from Android and iOS devices, Chrome OS devices, and OS X and Windows PCs with Google’s Chrome browser installed.
Best of all, the streaming device enables users to continue using their mobile devices even as content streams.
We’re told it works with music content, videos from YouTube, as well as with apps like Netflix, both on iOS and Android.
Get started in 3 easy steps: plug Chromecast into any HDTV, connect it to WiFi, then send videos and more from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to your TV with the press of a button.
Chromecast is available now for $35 across a wide variety of outlets, including Amazon, Best Buy (starting July 28), and Google’s online Play Store.