Google’s new Chromecast looks suspiciously similar to its old Chromecast

Amid the excitement of the Pixel 3, the Home Hub, and the, uh, now-wired once-wireless headphones, you might have missed the 3rd generation Chromecast. So, what’s it like? Well, it’s very similar to the old one. Before we get there, let’s look at what’s new. Firstly, the Chromecast‘s hardware speed has undergone a “15 percent improvement.” It still only supports 1080p video, but you can now watch in 60 frames per second. Google has also improved the device’s Wi-Fi, so streaming should be more solid. On top of this, Google has announced multi-room speaker support for the Chromecast. In other words, you…

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