Hotel room TV services can be painful, slow and expensive. So why not just bring your Chromecast(s goog) adapter and stream all your Netflix(s nflx) or YouTube favorites? In this episode of our Cord Cutters show, we explain how to make Chromecast work in a hotel room.
|Previously on Cord Cutters:|
|An in-depth first look at Amazon’s Fire TV|
|First look at the Mohu Channels, a connected TV tuner for cord cutters|
|A first look at Tablo, a DVR for cord cutters|
|The Xbox One as a media device|
|Our review of TiVo’s new Roamio DVR|
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Show notes for this episode:
- The travel router shown in the video is the TP-Link TL-WR702N, which currently retails for around $20 online. More info on the router can be found on the TP-Link website.
- For more Chromecast tips and tricks, check out this post.
Have you been using your Chromecast while traveling, or are you using other ways to watch Netflix in your hotel room? Share your experience in the comments below, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or check out our Google+ Cord Cutters community!