Google’s Chromecast is a $35 device that took the world by storm, what with its simplicity and elegance that helped it finds its way into many a couch potato.
Google has been continually finding ways to improve upon the casting experience, and has now announced a new Ethernet Adapter for the Chromecast, that enables connections to wired networks.
It is essentially your power brick, but with new wired-network capabilities.
It costs $15, and currently is exclusive to the US, but we see it launching in other areas soon. Experiencing the same launch-day rush that the Chromecast did, it has already been sold out.
What do you think? Do you use a Chromecast?