Google revealed as part of its latest quarterly financial conference call that the company has now sold over 30 million units of its Chromecast media casting devices.
The new milestone was announced by Google CEO Sundar Pichai during the Alphabet conference call with financial analysts (via Recode). In May, the company revealed at Google I/O that it had sold 25 million Chromecasts, which means 5 million more were sold just in the last two months.
The Google Store is currently running a sale on both the regular Chromecast and Chromecast Audio; both are priced at just $30 each until July 31, a discount of $5 from its regular $35 price tag.
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