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Posted Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 at 6:21 pm by in .Edit this post More in

Thanks funny site pay to do college homework At $35, the Chromecast is certainly the least expensive way to get Internet content to your TV, but I still think there’s a market for the Roku and Apple TV and other Internet to TV streaming devices.  To begin with,  you need a smartphone, tablet or PC to use the Chromecast and, while most potential Chromecast customers already have at least one of those devices, there are those — like my mother-in-law- who don’t have one but just want to be able to watch TV.  For her, the Roku is a simple solution. It works with a remote control and, unlike most TV and cable boxes, the interface is drop dead simple. The other issue is content. Right now, Chromecast only has apps for YouTube and Netflix while Roku and Apple TV have many more viewing options.  Of course, Google will reach out to developers and expand the offerings and there is a way to play other video through a PC but that’s still a bit too complex a solution for watching TV.  Even tech savvy people sometimes want to kick back and watch TV without having to fuss with their phones, PCs or tablets.

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