Last month UK retailer Currys claimed the Chromecast would arrive to the UK starting as early as March 1st, though Google later reported they had no firm plans to announce. Luckily, for those looking to get your hands on the Chromecast in markets outside of the United States, the wait may almost be over.
During Sundar Pichai’s SXSW keynote, the Google exec revealed that the Chromecast is on its way to “many more countries” within the next few weeks. Although specific countries weren’t mentioned, recent rumors have suggested the device will at the very least hit Australia and the UK. Here’s to hoping that Google also has plans for many more markets across the globe, such as Canada, select markets in Europe and Asia.
Not sure if you’d even be interested in the Chromecast if and when it officially arrives to your market? Be sure to check out our full review to get a better idea of what to expect from the dongle.
What do you think, interested in picking up the Chromecast, at least providing that it’s pricing is as aggressive as it has been in the U.S. ($35)?