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Google Chromecast prices in Singapore

One of the best media we can get is with the Google Chromecast. Google Chromecast in Singapore features all your favourite Google Chrome media such as YouTube, live streaming, web browsing and much, much, more. Want to know more? Read more about Google Chromecast in Singapore below.

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Google Chromecast in Singapore

Technology has advanced over leaps and bounds in the past few years. From external input of information, we now have internal media and a bunch of options to stream and plug in our source. Gone are the days when people watch TV using normal channels or even cable channels. Gone are the days when we used remote controls to select our media. Now everything you want to watch can be on your TV with the Google Chromecast. The Google Chromecast in Singapore features Google’s very own technology in media broadcasting, live streaming and information sharing that plugs straight into your television.

Uncompromised compatibility

The Google Chromecast HDMI dongle is a simple device that works with both Apple products as well as Android devices. Simply pair the dongle with your smartphone by registering the Google Chromecast and selecting the code that pairs with your TV. A simple 3-step procedure will make your Google Chromecast ready for use. Google Chromecast’s compatibility with smartphones, TVs and computers will expedite your process of media streaming. Don’t worry about your phone’s battery or data being taken up by the Google Chromecast pairing because you will can cast the app in your phone’s background and keep it on lock screen too. No worries!

Google Chromecast apps

So what’s the difference between a Google Chromecast dongle and a HDMI cable to connect your media? Well, for starters, Google Chromecast features all your favourite apps so you won’t have to physically connect your input such as computer or USB pendrive. Some of Google Chromecast’s more popular apps include YouTube, Netflix, iflix, VIKI and Spotify. Want to stream movies? Google Play Movies has a huge selection for you to choose from. Get your buddies over for movie night with Google Chromecast.

Now that you know more about the Google Chromecast, it’s time to get one. we’ve got the best prices for Google Chromecast in Singapore with iprice. Just compare prices using the price comparison feature and get irresistible prices on all your favourite live streaming and information sharing products today. Get Google Chromecast in Singapore only at iprice for low prices. Happy shopping!

Google Chromecast Expert Reviews

digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-04-11
With the help of a colleague who was in the United States on a working trip, I got my hands on a Chromecast dongle last year. Google's media streaming dongle was not available in Singapore then. At just US$35 (S$48), this thumb-sized device was both chea...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-10
With the help of a colleague who was in the United States on a working trip, I got my hands on a Chromecast dongle last year.Google's media streaming dongle was not available in Singapore then. At just US$35 (S$48), this thumb-sized device was both cheap ...
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cozylittlehaven.net
Reviewed on 2013-11-23
After using the Apple TV (ATV2) for many years, now is the time to try out a new gadget to connect to my TV. Google Chromecast was released on 24th July 2013. It is like a USB flashdrive (except that the port is a HDMI), measuring 7.2cm, which allows you ...
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ridz.sg
Reviewed on 2013-10-04
There was quite a buzz when Chromecast was launched ( I think its price of USD35 was also a reason for this ) and it went out of stock for a while after that but we finally got hold of a set after my dad managed to grab one off Ebay.The natural thing for ...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2013-08-22
Supercompact media streamer, Affordable price, Optimized content have impressive image quality, Able to cast almost anything that's in a Chrome browser tabSupports 2.4GHz networks only, Native mobile app support limited at the moment, Tab casting glitchy at times, Requires USB power (cable clutter not totally eliminated)
Launched last month , Google's positioning of the Chromecast is that it's the easiest way to enjoy online video and music on your TV. It may sound simple, but when you think about it, that's a pretty bold claim. Right now, there are two main ways to get o...
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ap.ign.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-06
Though just about every promotional image you'll find of the Chromecast showcases the dongle by itself, in reality the system requires you also connect a microUSB cable to your TV or a wall outlet adapter for power. The added wire clutter paired with the...
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gadgetsmagazine.com.ph
Reviewed on 2017-03-21
The Chromecast currently available in the country is the tech giant's first-gen device. Unlike the more colorful second-gen iteration, it is only available in black, and looks like a large-sized thumb drive, except that it comes with an HDMI plug instead...
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beststuff.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-17
Apple TV offers consumers the ability to beam music and video from any Apple device to their living room's TV, except it only works on Apple devices. Google's new Chromecast, however, plugs into your TV's HDMI port and assuming you've paired it with your...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Works flawlessly, It's easy to set up and use, Lots of apps, It's so cheap!No remote control, Still some apps missing, Windows Phone not supported
Original review below...Streaming media around your home isn't a new idea, but the rise of internet-based on-demand services like Stan, ABC iView and Foxtel's Presto means that it's becoming more and more popular as a way to watch TV.Chromecast is an...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-23
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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relaxedtech.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-10
Supports dual-band 802.11ac, Attractive Design, Faster Streaming, InexpensiveNo 4K Support, No Remote Control
From Google's website: Chromecast devices allow you to stream media to your TV or speakers using your phone, tablet or laptop. Cast your favorite content from your apps on your iPhone®, iPad®, Android device, or laptop right to the biggest screen and best...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-08
Chromecast is just absurdly easy to set up. There's a lot of stuff to watch here. The new app makes finding all that stuff much, much easierYour phone isn't always a very good remote. No 4K, no Amazon
There's this thing Netflix does after you've watched three episodes of something in a row. You might have seen it before. You're just finally settled in, a you-shaped dent is forming in the couch, and a little message pops up: “Are you still watching? Pre...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-09-30
The Chromecast was a breakthrough product in more ways than one. It was a super-cheap streamer, didn't come with a remote control and let you use your phone as both the remote and a second screen. Should you upgrade to the new one? Here's our Chromecast v...
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gadgetexplained.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-21
At £30, the Google Chromecast is the out in the market, and it's also one of the easiest to use. The Google Chromecast is small and controlled via Wi-Fi from your computer, smartphone or tablet. By simply plugging it in directly into a spare...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-07-27
While a simple HDMI output is all you really need to enjoy streaming video and music (provided your display, sound bar, or A/V receiver also has HDMI), most boxes have at least another port or two to address specific needs. You'll find a chart comparing e...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Fast and easy phone- or tablet-based navigation, Automatic TV controls are a brilliant touch, Unbeatable price at $35 (frequently available for less on sale)Unusable without a phone, tablet, or PC, No universal search or on-screen menu system, Chrome tab mirroring still doesn't work that well
The main thing to know about Chromecast is that you'll either love it or hate it. Unlike every other media streamer in our buying guide, Google's $35 TV dongle doesn't include a proper remote control or an interface that you can navigate through the telev...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Fast and easy phoneor tabletbased navigation, Automatic TV controls are a brilliant touch, Unbeatable price at $35 (frequently available for less on sale)Unusable without a phone, tablet, or PC, No universal search or onscreen menu system, Chrome tab mirroring still doesn't work that well
The main thing to know about Chromecast is that you'll either love it or hate it. Unlike every other media streamer in our buying guide, Google's $35 TV dongle doesn't include a proper remote control or an interface that you can navigate through the telev...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-08
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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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-03
Yes, we know that the Chromecast has been out for a very long time, but the thing has just “officially” landed on our shores. Therefore, if you're looking to get one, you no longer need to import it from somewhere else. That said, should you actually get...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-24
Easy to set up, No remote to lose (just use any smartphone to navigate), Low power usage, Has the lowest price out of all the products we testedNo parental controls, No home screen to easily access content, Must have smartphone
Google first launched Chromecast in July 2013 — and ever since, it's been the most affordable streaming device on the market. It plugs into the back of your TV and turns your smartphone into a remote, allowing you to view Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and a...
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