New Google TV stick, and none other Chromecast

 Chromebit HDMI is a new stick of Google Chrome OS to bring any screen or TV you want

New Google TV stick, Chromecast
 Google TV stick

 A Google has liked that the stick to connect directly to your TV and fill our leisure hours with directamnete content from the web or your mobile. After the success of Chromecast, which swept since its launch thanks to equilibio between price and performance, the search engine company returns to the fray with another stick to our TV. And there, in this case there is a revision of Chromecast.

Chromebit is the new stick of Google for TV with Chrome OS be routed directly to our TV. In short it is a mini-computer that has a Rockchip 3288 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB eMMC memory, a USB 2.0 port, WiFi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and an ARM Mali 760 GPU quad core; almost nothing for their size. The intention of the company with this new stick is to bring the experience beyond Chromebook laptops dedicated, with a special focus on the TV; but yes, we can connect this HDMI stick directly to any screen or monitor.

Simply connect this little stick to the HDMI port on any monitor or TV, the power supply and peripherals, and have ready a computer with Chrome OS anywhere and anytime. Moreover, if we have on hand a supply no problem, since the Chromebit has a small battery, but since the company does not give duration data because the device is still in evidence. So far we know that arrive later this summer for less than the $ 100 price, but it is unknown how markets will initially be available.

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