Walmart Walmart: Get a Google Chromecast (2nd Generation) for $29.00 Get a 2nd Gen Google Chromecast for $29!

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Stream your favourite shows, movies or music on your TV with this deal from Walmart, because you can get a second-generation Google Chromecast for $29.00 (regularly $45.00) -- a savings of $16.00!

Originally released in September 2015, only the yellow colour is available for the clearance price of $29.00. The second-generation Google Chromecast was discontinued in October 2018 with the launch of the current third-generation model, but the second-gen Chromecast is functionally identical and can perform the same tasks as the current model. Other features include:

  • Watch movies, shows, live TV and YouTube on your TV from all of your family’s devices
  • Over 1000 compatible apps including Netflix, YouTube, Google Photos and more
  • Plug Chromecast into an HDMI port and USB power to stream your favourite entertainment right from your phone
  • Works seamlessly with Google Home and other Google Assistant-enabled devices
  • Supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi (2.4GHz/5GHz)

This offer is effective online only for a limited time. Quantities are limited, so get one before stock is gone! Walmart.ca offers free shipping on orders over $50.00 and a free pickup option at select Canada Post or Walmart locations with orders over $25.00.

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    • I always have problems with casting my desktop to my chromecast.
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    • JoJoCan wrote: I always have problems with casting my desktop to my chromecast.
      Most people haven't had any trouble.
      There's a LOT of techie guys here on RFD
      If you ask some questions, plenty of people will step in to try help
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    • In for 2, thanks OP!
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    • Thanks for posting! Was in the market for 1 but didn't wanna pay full price. My laptop is becoming obsolete
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    • What's difference between gen 2 and gen3 ?
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    • Brianz wrote: What's difference between gen 2 and gen3 ?
      One generation
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    • Brianz wrote: What's difference between gen 2 and gen3 ?
      AC Wireless network support is the big difference.
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    • JoJoCan wrote: I always have problems with casting my desktop to my chromecast.
      Yeah, that's a high bandwidth cast - framerate isn't great and it'll disconnect if it gets really bad.

      Best tip I can offer is having a separate Wifi Network for Chromecasts and any IoT - just buy a router and set up a new 5Ghz network for chromecasts and 2.4Ghz for any other IoT stuff. Use a different channel than your main network. Basically, this means everything on this network isn't sharing wifi bandwidth with any other phones/pcs in your home. I've found this usually gives me enough bandwidth to do a screenshare.

      If you want to get fancy with security, put it on a separate VLAN, and forward all DNS queries through a PiHole.

      I picked up two of these. these are great if you use them for audio - just buy some HDMI(female) ->3.5mm stereo converters, and plug them into whatever audio systems you have. You can even group chromecasts like a makeshift Sonos.
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    • Anyone want one at cost? I am in Mississauga. I just need one but got two. PM me if so. Thanks
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    • Is there any power adapter with Ethernet on sale?
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    • bhrm wrote: AC Wireless network support is the big difference.
      No, the gen 2 has dual-band AC.

      The differences are trivial: the gen 3 has a faster processor for an unnoticeable 15% speed increase, it comes in fewer colours, and it lost the little magnet on the HDMI cable.

      The gen 1 still works fine, and actually has more memory than subsequent generations (not used), but only had 2.4 GHz WiFi.

      All are limited to 1080p. You need the more expensive Chromecast Ultra (and lots of WiFi bandwidth) for 4K streaming.
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    • Man that is one ugly-looking device
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    • Techies out there - whats the best way to stream a video from your PC to your chromecast? I'm currently using VideoStream but was wondering if there was a better option.
      Is VLC more stable?
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    • dptrain wrote: Techies out there - whats the best way to stream a video from your PC to your chromecast? I'm currently using VideoStream but was wondering if there was a better option.
      Is VLC more stable?
      HDMI cable is the most stable
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    • dptrain wrote: Techies out there - whats the best way to stream a video from your PC to your chromecast? I'm currently using VideoStream but was wondering if there was a better option.
      Is VLC more stable?
      Plex Server --> Plex App --> Cast to Chromecast.

      Haven't had any issues so far.
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