Google Launches A $15 Ethernet Adapter For The Chromecast

The era of wireless communications has gone! Not quite, but users are increasingly experiencing problems with Wi-Fi network at a frequency of 2,4 GHz, and it is because most devices that can be connected to the home router. One of the products with such problems is Chromecast by Google.
To solve this problem, Google has launched a new adapter that will allow wired connection to Chromecast, ie the good old LAN cable, which always provides maximum speed, without barriers in the flow of data. Of course, those with larger apartment will have probably to use tens of meter cable, but so far it is the only solution if you want uninterrupted Internet.

The problem is that Chromecast, although intended only as a wireless device does not work on the new N networks with a frequency of 5 GHz. The newer 5 GHz Wi-Fi standard could mitigate the problem as those networks are less populated than old-school 2.4 GHz ones, but the Chromecast can’t connect to them
Ethernet connectivity assures your device always has a direct line to your router or modem. The adapter runs both power and data to the Chromecast via USB once plugged into an AC outlet and an Ethernet device.
We are expecting such an option for the new generation of Chromecast, but for now, the only solution is a LAN adapter.
Priced at only $15, this accessory is great for those who want to plug in for a faster, more stable connection while streaming their favorite pictures and videos.

Share on Google Plus

About Sasho

This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel.