Originally Posted by QAMF
No, it does not. The chip runs at 533Mhz (well, 532 according to anandtech) during some benchmarks. Otherwise it caps at 480Mhz.
There is nothing that talks about the...
Originally Posted by Alfiejr
First, yes, you have to plug it in to AC power at all times. from Google's own Chromecast website (in tiny faded print at the bottom of the page reproduced here exactly as it...
Originally Posted by Fake_William_Shatner
I think that this is a bit late in the game to add a cool device on the end of some tethered cell phone -- it's really not optimal, although worth it I...
Originally Posted by snova
For searching content on NetFlix, have you tried using the Apple Remote iOS App on iPhone/iPad. Much faster than using the IR remote. In the Netflix search field you can use...
Originally Posted by digitalclips
It does tie up a device to do the actual streaming though. My Apple TVs are totally stand alone for things like Netflix or browsing my Photo Stream. Unless I happen to want to...
Originally Posted by LAKings33
This is a great bit of hardware. Anyone that actually bothered to do their research into what this is and what it can do will more than likely agree.
I spent 10 minutes...