Zebronics India Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading supplier of IT peripherals, Audio/Video products, and Surveillance products, announced the launch of its ‘ZEB-Cast100’. This device is something new from the company, which they have never worked on before. So this new ‘ZEB-Cast100 will essentially transform any HDMI TV or monitor into a wireless display for your Smartphone, tablet or PC. Well, we have seen similar products before, and this one particularly looks like the one launched by Google.
Yes, we are talking about the first generation Chromecast. The new one from Zebronics looks identical to the first generation Chromecast regarding looks to a point where it can be called a clone. Anyway, this new device works great for the on- the go presentations, catching up with emails, watching movies or simply browsing the web – mirrors everything from your Mobile effortlessly. So regarding functionalities, it looks good.
The ZEBCAST 100 is nice and small which will fit perfectly into your pocket. No need for clumsy wires as well. With relatively painless setup, plug the device into any HDMI port on our TV or receiver, then plug in the USB for power and follow the simple instructions on the screen. So if you want a smart TV and don’t have the budget to go for one, then this is a nice option to looks for since other variants like the Google Chromecast, etc. are not readily available in the market.
With several connectivity options at a budgeted price, ZEB-Cast100 offers multiple operating systems; the device supports Miracast, Airplay and DLNA technology to let you stream media wirelessly from any Android, Apple or Windows device. According to the company, the new ZEB CAST is a perfect fit for today’s generation who is always on the go. They claim that this tiny and compact HDMI device not only eliminates your need for other devices but also brings comfort in operation.
As far as the pricing is concerned, this new device is priced at about 1,699 INR and is already available in all leading retail stores across the country. Stay tuned for more info like this.