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  • £59.99 - July 9, 2024
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Current Price £59.99 July 16, 2024
Highest Price £59.99 July 9, 2024
Lowest Price £39.99 May 14, 2024
Since May 14, 2024

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£59.99 July 9, 2024
£39.99 May 14, 2024

Google Chromecast with Google TV Description

Watch More, Worry Less

With Chromecast with Google TV, you can access more content than ever before. With the 4K streaming stick powered by Google, you can watch all your favorite shows and movies with crystal clear picture and sound, without ever worrying about buffering or glitches. Even better, the voice search capabilities of this streaming stick make finding what you want even easier.

Voice Powered Entertainment

Google’s voice search with Chromecast with Google TV allows you to get the exact content you’re looking for with just the sound of your voice. Rather than searching laboriously through each streaming app, just say what you want and this 4K streaming stick will deliver. With intuitive voice control, you don’t need to learn how to use yet another remote, letting you jump into your entertainment faster than ever.

The 4K Resolution Difference

Your favorite shows and movies look better than ever in 4K UHD resolution. With Chromecast with Google TV, you get vibrant color and detail on everything you watch. No more settling for good enough picture, you can experience your entertainment like never before with improved clarity and detail that will blow you away.

Intuitive Home Tech

Experience the power of smart home technology with Chromecast with Google TV. With easy integration to all your favorite streaming services and devices, you can enjoy simple and intuitive control of your home entertainment. It’s never been easier to watch what you want when you want with total control over your entertainment setup.


  • 4K UHD streaming with no buffering
  • Voice search for fast and easy content searching
  • Integrated smart home technology to easily control compatible devices
  • Vibrant color and rich detail thanks to 4K resolution
  • Ease of use with fast setup and intuitive voice control
  • Compatible to use with all your favorite streaming services
  • Dolby Vision and HDR10 supported
  • Supports up to 4K at 60 fps
  • Integrated Chromecast feature for convenient streaming
  • Access to a variety of apps and games

Google Chromecast with Google TV Specification

Product Dimensions

0.8 x 1.6 x 1.3 inches

Item Weight

4.1 ounces

Item model number



2 AAA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

February 25, 2021



Country of Origin


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Google Chromecast with Google TV Reviews (7)

7 reviews

4.7 out of 5
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  1. Ed A

    I like everything about this product

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  2. Emmanuel Filion

    Product from Amazon US, as this is not stocked in Amazon SG. But works well in Singapore. Good buy. More worthwhile than the original chromecast, since it can cast but also function as standalone streaming device.

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  3. Duong Ly

    MFG: 09/2022
    M: G454V
    M: G9N9N
    Made in Thailand
    Fast delivery.
    We super love this product!

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  4. kim banfield

    Nice,I enjoy it

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  5. Armen

    merci et je le recommande

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  6. D. Fichtner

    I can verify that the plug for this is a USA style plug but you can put an adapter on it because it is 100 volt to 240 volt capable. I’ve also found that you can run this off of a 5 volt phone charger, so long is the amperage is enough. Most phone chargers these days have more than enough amperage. I upgraded from the HD model (used on an older TV) after buying a new LG TV that has really poor smart features implementation. I tried the HD model on my new 4k TV for a while, and it still looked excellent on everything that wasn’t in HDR10 or other newer black level format. Honestly not a huge difference between resolution of the HD and 4k devices, because most content we still watch is HD. You need larger than a 50″ TV to notice, at 7 feet or further away. But there was a big difference when HDR formats were part of the image (HD model didn’t have as many pixels to work with and the image was then darker). My new TV is a 4k TV and the Chromecast 4k runs at 10 bit 4:2:0. It was capable of 10 bit 4:4:4 on the HD model in 1080p. Oddly, this meant the 1080p image color in 10 bit 4:4:4 was very slightly deeper with the HD model over the 4K in 10 bit 4:2:0, with the tradeoff that it was too dark on the HD model using 12 bit settings. Both do have other 12-bit capabilities though, if your screen is capable of that. On my TV the HD model will accept the 12-bit connection but then certain apps like Disney get wonky and my Bluetooth doesn’t work or the Disney+ app won’t open. I found that to be the case on the HD model, but not on the 4K. I also learned that audio settings can affect whether Disney+ will open. I switched to 2 channel audio and now it opens (probably an issue with my TV’s capabilities). Most every bit of content these days and probably for quite a while (even 4k Bluray) is 10-bit anyway, so although running in 12 bit on the 4k model provided ever so slightly deeper colors, it also makes the overall image darker in the brighter areas. If you find HDR content too dark, you can adjust the bitrate under the Settings cog/Display & Sound/Dynamic Range & Color format. You can also dump HDR entirely, which is a godsend if you find it too dark. My Chromecasts both have their minor bugs related to apps. For some reason I also lost the ability to purchase or rent movies from Google TV due to something that happened with my Google account. I seem to break something, but I don’t know what, because it also affects my phone as well. I’ve contacted Google about this message error I get, but they’ve been of no help at all. One of the Google techs flat told me that they have no idea how to fix it. And I know I’m not the only one who receives this same message. The workaround for me is to purchase and rent movies through YouTube, which is all the same list anyway I think. I can also purchase them from Apple and any other app. It’s just so odd to me that I can’t get movies from Google TV to rent or buy anymore on the one device made specifically for the purpose. When I try to purchase I get an “Error Retrieving Information from Server. DF-DFREH-01”. This seems to be a Google problem and not a Chromecast problem, because it also affects my phone. But this problem highlights the issue that I have with pretty much all of my Google products. They’re sort of half-baked and full of bugs, and those bugs rarely get fixed before they move on to the next product. To be honest, I think it would be well worth it to buy an Apple TV instead (although I read YouTube is buggy on it) if you can afford it, but the reason I purchased Google because it allows me to use a VPN and access overseas video content from the device. I’m not sure the Apple TV can do that. So overall, I’m generally happy with this device as the video quality is generally very excellent, and much better than the video quality coming from my Smart TV’s own internal functions. And I find HDR content to be a bit of a mess, so the Chromecast allows me to change color format or shut off HDR entirely for a brighter picture, which my LG TV will not do by itself. This Chromecast 4k is Dolby Vision capable, which might solve these HDR problems on TVs capable of it (or on some, creates others). But the best my TV can do is HDR10. The entire implementation of these HDR formats is a complete mess on Disney+, for example. So disappointed that many of their titles are fake HDR that is simply SDR encapsulated and not really HDR, which causes dark video on TVs that cannot turn off HDR. Many of the Star Wars shows appear to be like this. Happy with the overall value of this device. Buy the 1080p for an older TV. But get the 4k for a newer 4k one. Simple as that.

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  7. D. Fichtner

    Chromecast 2020 is the 5th generation of devices today. Google TV has some differences compared to Android TV that come with some benefits.
    The entire body is streamlined, made of matte plastic. It is pleasant to the touch and does not accumulate fingerprints. Available on the market in 3 colors: white, blue and pink. It has a monolithic HDMI cable, the length of which is 5 cm, excluding the input. The power connector is in USB Type-C format. There is also an LED on the case and a button to reset the set-top box to the state from the factory.
    Chromecast does not support Ethernet connection. Only Wi-Fi (with excellent parameters). Optionally, you can buy a power supply unit with a LAN connector for cable connection.
    Remote controller
    The remote control is very compact with a small number of keys on the front panel. Only 9 main buttons + joystick. What’s interesting are the shortcut keys for YouTube and Netflix, as well as the Google Assistant. The rest of the keys are already familiar and do not need to be presented. To change the volume level, there is a knob on the side panel, similar to smartphones.
    The most important thing that is in this model:
    Chipset – Amlogic S905D3G. It is known for good stability and relatively low thermal output. At the same time, it has 4 Cortex-A55 cores with a frequency of 1.9 GHz and a Mali-G31 MP2 graphics core at 850 MHz. For 4k processing, this is enough.
    Memory. RAM 2 GB, a little, but the device is enough. Built-in memory is 8 GB, but the Google TV system takes up half of it.
    Google TV is practically no different from the familiar to many Android. The only difference is the use of the new launcher. To be honest, this is even good, because on the new console you can put almost any application that you can imagine.
    Notable differences between Google TV and Android TV:
    More featured content. It occupies a significant part of the main screen, taking away some of the space from the list of pre-installed applications.
    Google Play is on a separate menu tab. There is no need to enter the application itself, since the main services and catalog search are available from the main menu.
    Advanced search. Under it, a whole tab was allocated. Popular queries are immediately displayed here, and it is also possible to sort everything by genre.
    Library. In addition to purchased content, you can store movies here, as in favorites.
    Setting. It happens extremely simply and quickly through the Google Home smart home application. You need to scan a QR code, the rest of the procedure is almost completely automated.
    Content broadcast. One of the main reasons for buying a device. There is nothing special here, the function works and does not raise additional questions. Supports streaming from a smartphone, tablet, etc. through various applications.
    You can use Android TV Remote Control to set up the media player. Allows you to almost completely replace the standard remote control. It’s just convenient, and in case of loss or breakage is very useful.
    Excellent image quality. 4k at 60 fps is a excellent result for such a small device. The player also supports Dolby Vision and modern versions of HDR: HDR10, HDR10+.
    Deep sound. Support for Dolby Digital, DD + and Dolby Atmos affected the sound quality for the better. Movies are fun to watch.
    Performance. Even large films from the Internet or a local network pull perfectly, without hitches and long buffering. True, for this you need a good video player (for example, Vimu). The interface itself is nimble, responsive and smooth.
    Working with streaming platforms Video from YouTube and Netflix pulls and does not create a feeling of thoughtfulness of the set-top box at any resolution. The launch of the application itself takes 2-3 seconds.
    Application installation. They can be quickly installed from the Play Market, but there is also support for apk applications. This requires only the presence of an apk file and a file manager (for example, X plore).

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