Google’s new $15 Ethernet adapter for Chromecast could finally solve your connection woes

Chromecast Ethernet
Google’s Chromecast is a great, affordable way to stream content from your mobile devices to your TV, but it’s not without issues. Google is now out to fix arguably its biggest problem – dropped wireless connections – with a new $15 Ethernet adapter. Chromecasts connect to crowded 2.4 Ghz Wireless N networks. That means your chances of finding a completely clear wireless channel are slim, and interference could significantly impact your devices performance, causing those dreaded buffering circles or even dropped connections. While 5 Ghz networks are both less frequently used and have many more channels available, so far Chromecasts…

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