Prices for “Chromecast with Google TV (HD)” are now available in the US {Updated}

Today’s leaks concerning the new Chromecast with Google TV (HD) include a rumored US price and a number of promotional pictures.

Update 9/15: The Chromecast HD is now priced at $30 ($29.99), which makes more sense as a direct replacement for the third-generation Chromecast. For the miscalculation, Canadian pricing was to blame.

The Chromecast with Google TV (HD) costs $40 in the US, according to SnoopyTech on Twitter this afternoon . The actual cost is most likely $39.99, which is higher than expected. According to today’s trustworthy source, many merchants already have Google’s newest hardware in stock.

The 4K variant costs $49.99 in the United States, while the third-generation Chromecast costs $29.99. We had anticipated this new Chromecast HD to cost less given the previous leak’s European MSRP of 39.

Due to frequent discounts, the current Google TV streaming dongle is only $10 more expensive than this new device. The increased resolution is a worthwhile upgrade for the majority of people, and the price difference is actually not that great.

WinFuture has since shared a number of advertisements for the Chromecast and Google TV (HD). The same Voice remote control with AAA batteries, a USB-C to USB-A connector, and a power brick will be included in the delivery. It appears to only come in one color (Snow), which is understandable as a cost-saving move.

Additionally, we saw images showing it attached to a TV, which is probably our first look at Android 12. The most intriguing image displays the Chromecast attached to a smaller, kitchen wall-mounted screen and being used to display real-time Nest Doorbell footage. One use case does not require 4K resolution, and that is it. Other images show it linked to relatively large screens, which are most likely higher quality than 1080p and aren’t well-suited for this streaming dongle.

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