Google Chromecast visual review

Having already looked at how the Google Chromecast device compares to its rivals, we now thought a closer look was needed, in order to help make up your mind if this is for you or not. We say this because it is clear that the Chromecast has some differences to similar products out there, and while it is cheaper, there are still one or two issues that will be putting consumers off.

Here we thought we would offer up three videos for you to get a better understanding of Google Chromecast, where you will get to see different views on how to set one of these up on your home TV, along with details on its many features.

This Google Chromecast visual review gathering begins with the first video above, first you view an unboxing and then straight into the set up process.

In the second video it is a little more informative, again showing how to set up Google Chromecast and then into a review. The video runs for just less than 15 minutes, and gives you a good idea of its functionality, positives and negatives and an overall impression.

The final video is yet another walkthrough process, but manages to answers some of the question the previous two did not bother to answer.

It’s obvious that with some clever marketing there will be some of you out there who will purchase the Google Chromecast on an impulse, and it could be a good decision for you. However, you could end up getting one for all the wrong reasons, and so you should watch these three videos and then make your choice.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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