Stockpiles at high street retailer show impending UK launch on the cards
Google's Chromecast is a hotly awaited item outside of the U.S. but according to this picture tweeted to us yesterday, UK buyers might be getting their hands on them pretty soon. The image shows stocks of Google's HDMI dongle that have been received at Currys PCWorld.
Apparently they haven't yet been loaded up onto the store systems, so they're not going on sale just yet, but the fact the stock is in the country only means one thing. It also comes on the back of Google's Sundar Pichai talking an international expansion recently at SXSW in Austin, TX.
No word on pricing, but to expect it in the £30-£40 ballpark wouldn't be unreasonable. And with the recent SDK opening up to developers, Chromecast remains one of the best value-for-money products out there right now.
I picked one up on a trip to the U.S. and I've been really happy with it so far. Any Brits out there waiting (im)patiently for these to go on sale?