iFixit Teardown ChromeCast 2015 and Chromecast Audio (gallery)
New Chromecast streaming devices of Google were presented on 29 September and now iFixit have tried to show us what’s inside. “The new Chromecast video and audio devices are not something you would want to repair by yourself if something goes wrong” – Says the team iFixit.
iFixit indicate that Google used this time a significant amount of thermal paste, which should help the new Chromecast to avoid overheating. Also HDMI cable Chromecast is very difficult to remove if you need to replace it by yourself. Audio and video version of Chromecast look almost identical inside.
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This week, Google’s ever-expanding crusade to deliver all your Internet continued with the release of two media streaming dongles, the Chromecast 2015 and Chromecast Audio. So, today we’re bringing you two teardowns for the price of one! With a fresh look and beefed-up hardware, this duo promises to stream through any Netflix binge or all-night dance marathon you can throw at it. Let’s see how they do it.