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Home Depot has Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player (3rd Generation; Charcoal) on sale for $25. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks jtyler01

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Plug this Google Chromecast into the HDMI port of your TV to power and stream your favorite movies, shows, live TV, YouTube and more. Offer valid while promotion last; limit 5 per order - Discombobulated

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Google Chromecast Streaming Media Device (3rd Generation; Charcoal) on sale for $25.

Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders $45 or more.

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Deal Editor's Notes: Easily plug this media device into a standard TV HDMI to cast images/audio or via WiFi compatible w/ devices running Android, iOS, Mac OS/Windows.
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Confirmed. Micro USB with the one at home. Sorry
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do you need a power adapter for this? or is power coming from the hdmi connector?
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do you need a power adapter for this? or is power coming from the hdmi connector?
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Powered via a separate USB power adapter. I believe it's the old mini USB on these
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Powered via a separate USB power adapter. I believe it's the old mini USB on these
Pretty confident its micro-USB.
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Pretty confident its micro-USB.
Confirmed. Micro USB with the one at home. Sorry
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It seems that most retailers have returned to $35 regular price, except for HD which is still selling at the "Google-sanctioned" $25 BF price.

I bought mine days ago at HD. It comes with a 5 ft USB to micro-USB cable and a USB AC adapter (5V 1A). I power mine from the TV's spare USB port which is much more convenient (and it powers off with the TV so it doesn't waste power). It runs noticeably less warm than my 1st gen Chromecast, and runs faster too -- no more annoying 2-3 seconds delay from YouTube/other app casting and video starting to play.

If you bought it in store during 11/28~12/4, HD had a "buy select item (including this $25 Chromecast), get Google Home Mini for $10 (regularly $20)" promotion (BF ad pages 10-11). Per the receipt, you could return one or the other for the prorated value of $19.89 (Chromecast) and $15.11 (Mini), making the Chromecast $20. I intend to keep both items though.
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It seems that most retailers have returned to $35 regular price, except for HD which is still selling at the "Google-sanctioned" $25 BF price.

I bought mine days ago at HD. It comes with a 5 ft USB to micro-USB cable and a USB AC adapter (5V 1A). I power mine from the TV's spare USB port which is much more convenient (and it powers off with the TV so it doesn't waste power). It runs noticeably less warm than my 1st gen Chromecast, and runs faster too -- no more annoying 2-3 seconds delay from YouTube/other app casting and video starting to play.

If you bought it in store during 11/28~12/4, HD had a "buy select item (including this $25 Chromecast), get Google Home Mini for $10 (regularly $20)" promotion (BF ad pages 10-11). Per the receipt, you could return one or the other for the prorated value of $19.89 (Chromecast) and $15.11 (Mini), making the Chromecast $20. I intend to keep both items though.
Mine is connected via ethernet, never lags now.
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Nice deal.IMO Really fun to use but doesn't stream Amazon Prime from Google Home app
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This does not support 4K ..correct?
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This does not support 4K ..correct?
Correct, the Chromecast Ultra is required for 4K, but streaming content is still relatively lacking... Wave
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This one does not support 4k. You need the Ultra for 4k + HDR support. I grabbed couple of those from Target during black Friday for $49 a peice. Even for non-4k content I see noticeable improvement over my gen 1 Chromecast. Given that pretty much all TVs are 4k you better go for ultra. And there is Disney+ to watch
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Hmm is this parent friendly? Last year I bought them a Roku Express, but I upgraded their router and that no longer works with AC or 5ghz N either.
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How is this latest model without 4k?
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Mine is connected via ethernet, never lags now.
ethernet?! mines buffers from time to time over my wireless?
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