Chromecast gets a Google adapter for Wired network

By | July 9, 2015


Google Chromecast is one of the most popular and easy to use TV streaming sticks in the market, but earlier it can be used only on Wi-Fi. Working on Wi-Fi can cause some problems like if it is not steady or your device is out of range. For getting rid of these problems Google has started selling some good and cool accessories for the Chromecast like hardware Ethernet adapter.

This power brick can be plugged into the USB port of Chromecast and offers power supply, USB cable and single Ethernet port. Now due to this you can add cable into this adapter and slot it into the Chromecast USB waiting port. After doing this you can channel a video to your Chromecast via wire instead of Wi-Fi. This will overcome the Wi-Fi problem, as you don’t have to rely on Wi-Fi for all the time. This thing to work, you need a network router with Ethernet port availability.

This device can be very important, where there are no wireless connections such as some old school hotel or lodge or a bedroom. Currently this adapter is available only in US, but this will also ship in other places in the near future. So this Chromecast accessory is going to very helpful, if you want to use wired connection to the Chromecast.