According to a new report, Google and TV manufacturer Vizio are working to integrate Chromecast-like streaming functionality directly into TV sets. These new TVs will be available this year - "as early as this spring," the report says.
Unlike traditional smart TVs, the new line of Vizio TVs won't feature any apps. Instead, you can think of them as Chromecast with a screen, allowing users to view content (like video and music) streamed from their mobile devices.
The report further says that instead of a traditional remote, users will be able to interact with the TV via an Android tablet that includes apps and services required for streaming. However, the plan to use a tablet as a dedicated remote control isn't yet final.
I need to buy one of this but from where i live they cost way to much. From were can i buy one that costs the original price 35E
Great news! The main advantage I see is that at least we'll have surround sound from netflix and maybe play movies directly from the TV through the HDMI-ARC or optical audio out to older home theaters since chromecast doesn't provide that feature whe...