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Google Chromecast 2 prices in Malaysia

Ever wished that your old TV in the living room could be updated to the latest Smart TVs out there with internet and video streaming capabilities? Well, now you can with the use of the Google Chromecast 2 video streaming dongle! Just plug it into your TV set’s HDMI port and start streaming videos from YouTube and other applications on your smartphone or tablet; read more below!

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About Google Chromecast 2 Malaysia

Google Chromecast 2 Malaysia

Turning ordinary TVs into Smart TVs

The Google Chromecast 2 is a tiny little dongle that’s no bigger than your average TV remote. It plugs directly into the HDMI port of your TV or monitor and automatically transforms it into a wireless display for your smartphone or tablet. This means that you can stream or “cast” videos from your smartphone and tablet directly on to your TV. It doesn’t just stop at videos however; even pages from Google Chrome or music from compatible music applications can be streamed from your device to the TV.

The Google Chromecast 2 is a tiny little device that is roughly shaped like a hockey puck, and it comes in three different vivid colours: yellow, red, and of course the compulsory black. Its design is a great improvement over its predecessor, although that shouldn’t matter much as the device will just sit on the back of your TV.

Multi-Device, One Cinematic Experience - Chromecast 2 Malaysia

The Google Chromecast 2 allows people to stream media from their devices to their TV wirelessly, eliminating the need for an Android or smart TV box of some kinds taking up space and the need for having more wires everywhere. The Google Chromecast 2 needs only a single cable to power it while the other built-in HDMI cable connects directly to your TV. From there on, most media you play on the Chromecast-compatible apps on your smartphone or tablet can be streamed wirelessly to your TV – essentially turning your normal everyday TV into a smart TV.

The Chromecast 2 supports up to Full HD 1080p resolution video through the HDMI port of your TV and it connects wirelessly with your home’s Wi-Fi connection. It is best to ensure that you have speedy Wi-Fi connection to enjoy smooth video streaming. For those who are worried that they are not using Android devices – worry not, the Chromecast 2 is compatible with Android, iOS 7 and above, Windows 7 and above, Mac OS10.7, and Google’s Chrome OS – it is also dependent on the apps and programs used.

Expert Reviews

stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2015-10-26
It's fast and has superior WiFi, Simplicity, great app, Cheap as chips, Tons of apps work with it, Looks niceStill waiting on some functionality, Some apps and games are yet to catch up
With 20 million Chromecasts already sold, there's a fair chance you've already got one. Google's dinky streaming dongle has proved a hugely popular alternative to more expensive set-top boxes like the Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV .If you don't own an app...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
I've said it once, and I'll say it 100 more, but the new wireless antenna is nothing short of astounding. It creates a near seamless streaming environment with less lag and less buffering time than almost anything – even full size set-top boxes – on the m...As a fellow editor pointed out in our early hands on review, we're still looking for a native way to stream Amazon Instant Video from a phone or tablet to a Chromecast, or mirror iOS devices to the TV with it. It's not wise to hold your breath for either,...
Update: The Chromecast app is getting a name change, Google announced earlier this week. In order to better align the name of the app with its functionality, it can now be found on both the iOS App Store and Google Play Store under the name "Google Cast."...
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zitseng.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-11
Compact, practical, design, Easy to setup and use, Good WiFi supportNothing much has changed since the original Chromecast
TV streaming devices have become really popular in the last couple of years, particularly with the falling prices. Google launched their original first generation Chromecast in 2013 for just US$35. The 2nd generation Chromecast, which I'm reviewing here...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-09-21
Marginally faster streaming, Nifty, versatile new design, Same low priceNo native Amazon Instant Video, No remote control, Not many games
Chromecast, in its current iteration, has been on our shelves for awhile now, and has remained one of the highest quality streaming devices in the world, rising above the challenges of bigger (read: more expensive) streaming video boxes.So what's helped...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-09-01
Buy the Google Chromecast now from CurrysGoogle Chromecast was, upon its initial release, the cheapest and easiest way to give your TV a boost into Smart TV territory. Now, with an updated look, features and the same fantastic £30 price tag, the new Googl...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2016-05-06
Good design, Smooth streaming experience, Easy to set up and use, Well designed app and UIMirroring smartphone display can get buggy for games and some apps
Smart TV's are a dime a dozen today, but not all of us are proud owners of one. While TV manufacturers will tell you that the sale of Smart TVs have been going up incrementally over the past few years, they're mostly because of the broad categorisation un...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2016-03-05
Google's Chromecast is one of the biggest releases they've had in the past few years, since Google announced the original back in 2014 they've sold over 20 million of them. But the original model had some flaws and alongside the 2015 Nexus launch, Google...
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cybershack.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-02-26
Easy to setup and use, Improved form factor, Support for 5GHz wireless networksNo option for a dedicated remote, No support for 4K streaming, A little more expensive this time
Google's second generation Chromecast isn't that different to its predecessor. There's a new design and a few clever tweaks, but for all intents and purposes, it's the same product in a prettier shell. What has changed is the Australian media landscape. W...
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3dGameMan.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-05
The Google Chromecast 2 (2015) offers a faster processor and much better wifi than the original. This combination allows it to start up and play content almost instantly, which is a definitely improvement. Also, the new one is round, has a long lead makin...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-01-19
Same easy setup and use, Faster processor, speedier operation, Better WiFi support.Not available in Australia, No remote control, Still not available in Australia
Yes, it's 2016, and we still haven't seen the new and improved Google Chromecast — announced and launched internationally in late September last year — appear in Aussie stores. Bored of waiting, I actually picked up a US$35 Chromecast on my trip to CES 20...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-01
I purchased a Chromecast 2.0 last week and set about putting it to the test to see what was different from the original product. The answer has been not too terribly much from a user standpoint thus far, but that's not a bad thing.I'd expected a little mo...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Along with new Nexus phones, Google has launched two new Chromecast devices . At the same price we take a look at whether you should upgrade or choose the Chromecast 2 over rivals such as Roku. Here's our Chromecast 2 review. See also : Best media streame...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-16
By 2014 the landscape has changed completely, with the introduction of SmartTVs, internet-connected consoles like the Xbox and PlayStation, and VOD services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. No longer are you forced to pay Sky a premium rate subscription fo...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-12
It's quicker than the old version and the new app is great. The built-in HDMI cable is a nice touch. Really, though, it just works really well, it's easy to use, and it's only $35,Google still doesn't have a remote control for Chromecast, which makes it the only streamer I can think of that doesn't have one. You have to use your phone, tablet, or computer, which can be a pain in the arse, especially if you have to enter a password...
Two years ago the Google god in the sky gave unto us a $35 dollar media-streaming dongle, and lo, it was good. Pretty good anyway, and it got better with software updates, but it still has lagging tendencies. Well, its 2015 baby, so whats the new Chrome...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-12
Google faces a difficult choice with its Chromecast, and, to be fair, it's quite a good dilemma to have. The £30 back-of-the-TV dongle did pretty much everything you'd want it to do at a hugely appealing price, streaming content straight from your phone t...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-11
Faster; Better Looking Design; Awesome New Chromecast App; Did We Mention It Is A LOT FASTER?It Can't Do Your Tax Return That's Literally About It
Chromecast is VERY popular. Partly because it works cross-platform with Android and iPhone, but mostly because of the price -- at just
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-10
Marginally faster streaming, Nifty, versatile new design, Same low priceNo native Amazon Instant Video, No remote control, Not many games
There wasn't much the original Chromecast could improve upon – it was versatile, reliable, easy to setup and dirt cheap. Despite not having much room for improvement, somehow, Google found a way.Had you asked me two months ago what the original was missin...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-09
Also in the box is a mini USB to USB lead and a 13amp connector to provide power this fits opposite the hard wired HDMI lead on the Chromecast.The fold round lid of the box has the only instructions, Plug into Power and TV. Switch TV input. Set it up and...
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in.ign.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-27
Cheap, Good streaming performance, Tons of supported apps, Works with Android and iOSBrowsing for content is a chore, Competition has more content, Some connection quirks still exist
The biggest change between the two Chromecast generations is its form factor. Instead of a stick, the Chromecast 2 is a small puck with an integrated HDMI cable. The cable folds and magnetically clips onto the back of the Chromecast 2, making it easy to t...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-27
With 20 million Chromecasts already sold, there's a fair chance you've already got one. Google's dinky streaming dongle has proved a hugely popular alternative to more expensive set-top boxes like the Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV. If you don't own an a...
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