Chromecast Ultra by Google is one of the digital media players. These are the small dongles which are connected to the smart TV to give extra features. The first generation of Chromecast was launched in 2013. It is the third version of Google gazette. Before Ultra, Chromecast 2nd generation was launched in 2015. The Ultra was launched in November 2016. Plenty of features were added to this Chromecast. Chromecast Ultra allows you to stream 4K videos which are not supported by other Chromecast types. Let us discuss on the Google Chromecast Ultra’s design, specs & price details in this post.

Chromecast Ultra Design

Chromecast Ultra

The design and look of the Ultra don’t much different from its previous version. Ultra has the same circular shape. The integrated HDMI cable will stick magnetically to the back of the device when it is not in use. The notable difference is that the Chrome logo is replaced by the letter G.

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Chromecast Ultra Specs

Chromecast Ultra

The specifications of Ultra are as follows.

Dimension: 58 x 58 x 14 mm.

Weight: 47 g, Adapter: 101 g

Resolution: Up to 4K Ultra HD for videos and High Dynamic Range for images.

Supported OS: Android, iOS, Mac, Windows.

It is the first in Google line up that supports 4K video.

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Chromecast Ultra Price

Google Chromecast Ultra comes with the price tag of £69 in the UK and $69 in the US.

If you own a 4K TV, it is the best choice for you to stream and cast 4K videos on your smart TV. With the dual-band WiFi, Ultra makes the best streaming player. Without any controlling devices, you can control the Ultra with ease. Chromecast devices always come up with the ability to sync with your smartphone and PC, it goes the same for the Ultra too. Unlike Firestick, which solely depends on subscription, Chromecast runs freely based on user convenience.

Though this is the first 4K streaming device by Google, it works flawlessly and up to the mark. Minute improvements like Ethernet adapters and Google Home integration are good.

On comparing the price with its previous version, it seems too high. Just for the 4K resolution and HDR images, $69 looks costly. Leaving any additional controllers like remote and the absence of user interface are still the negative aspects.

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Endnote

Ultra is the best form the Google line up and it serves the purpose undoubtedly. If you love watching 4K videos, you will definitely need this. After all the things are considered, there is some little thing not to buy the Chromecast Ultra if you don’t have a 4K TV.

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