There are already plenty of options for streaming content in your living room. Apple TV, Roku and Xbox 360 are just some popular ways to watch content. Now, Google is trying to join the party with a new device.
Chromecast, which made it's debut Wednesday, lets you stream content from your computer, tablet or smart phone to your television over Wi-Fi.
The device looks similar to a flash drive, but instead of plugging into a USB port, it uses the HDMI port on your television.
What makes Chromecast appealing compared to its competitors is it's cost. It's selling for only $35.
Initially, the device came with three months of free Netflix, but Google removed that bonus due to overwhelming demand.
Once you buy it, here's a guide to setting it up.
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