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Google is now selling an Ethernet adapter for the Chromecast for only $15
If you live in an area where you can’t get a good wireless signal or would rather prefer an Ethernet connection for your Internet needs, Google has just released a product to its web store that will make using your Chromecast much easier. The newest little accessory in the Google Store is a hardwired Ethernet adapter for the Chromecast, and it’s priced at only $15.
This new device is a power brick that plugs directly into your Chromecast’s MicroUSB port. You can then plug your Ethernet cable in to the power brick, and never have to worry about dealing with spotty Wi-Fi connections again.
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Although the new accessory just launched in the Google Store moments ago, it’s unfortunately already sold out. We’re not sure when the company will have more units for sale, but we’ll try to let you know when more show up. Also, it seems as though this is a U.S.-only accessory for now, so let us know if it’s available in your area.