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Google has come up with ethernet adapter Chromecast
Google has an Ethernet adapter released for the Chromecast. Until now, the only Chromecast was still with wifi to use 2.4GHz. The jewel is not for sale yet in the Netherlands, but possibly will change.
The Ethernet adapter also serves as a plug; The adapter has a USB output on board to be plugged into the Chromecast. About the USB cable also access the Internet signal to the Chromecast. The Ethernet adapter has a rj4-45 connector on board for the incoming Internet signal.
Until now Chromecast could only be used in combination with wifi. Moreover could only on the 2.4GHz frequency, which is mostly populated very crowded in urban areas. The Ethernet adapter is also designed for places in the house where the wifi signal is insufficient to pump images to Chromecast. The adapter, which costs fifteen dollars, can be up to 100Mbit / s of data to.
In the United States the adapter quickly sold out; outside the country, the adapter is not for sale. Google has the product page of the adapter, however, been translated into Dutch, which indicates that the company does have plans to release the adapter here. On the pictures you can also see the power that is used in the Netherlands, and which differs from the US. Google Netherlands did not indicate whether and when the machine comes here actually on the market.Viewing:-162
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