Google is making a big deal about its Chromecast.
The company is touting its new streaming device, the Chromecast Ultra, which it calls the “world’s smallest and lightest TV.”
It’s the first TV device to come with Chromecast support, and it’s also a big step toward Chromecast’s future in the home.
But is the Chromecast Ultra a good device?
The TV maker doesn’t appear to have made its final decision on the Chromacast Ultra, and a number of major media companies, including ABC News and CNBC, are reporting the Chromavacast will likely not ship until 2019.
In other words, if you have a TV that doesn’t support Chromecast yet, this may be the perfect time to get one of these TVs.
Read more about Chromecast in this feature article.
But the Chromcasts may not be the best TV for a lot of people.
We want to make sure you understand the benefits of Chromecast for those looking to buy a Chromecast device, and the drawbacks.
Read on for the full rundown on Chromecast vs. a Chromecaster, and let us know what you think in the comments.