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Read the original article The world’s biggest video streaming company Logitech has announced its Chromecast 4K, 4K+ webcam and 4K 4KTV streaming device.
Logitech, which owns Logitech brands like the Logitech G-series gaming peripherals and the LogiKling Bluetooth headphones, has announced the new Chromecast, the company’s first streaming device since the Logiq 4K 2.5K streaming device, which launched in 2014.
The Chromecast is the first streaming media device to support the Logio XB10 Bluetooth 4.0, the Logistic-B, the Bluetooth 5.0 wireless standard, and the 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard.
The new Chromecasts can play the highest resolution 4K UHD video from the latest HDTVs to 4K Ultra HD and Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc (4K Ultra DVR) content, and will support Dolby Vision.
The $99 Chromecast comes in two sizes: a 32-inch model and a 64-inch version.
model is available now and the 64-in version is scheduled to ship later this year.
The device can stream up to 60 hours of video in 4K resolution, and can stream 1080p video from up to two HDMI sources.
It can stream video from both 4K- and 4k-resolution sources simultaneously, or through a single HDMI source for up to six simultaneous streams.
The Logitech Chromecast will support 4K content in the future.
“With the latest 4K TVs and 4-in-1 4K gaming systems, there’s more and more demand for high-definition entertainment,” said Paul Sperry, senior vice president and general manager of product management for Logitech.
“Our new Chromecharts provide the perfect way to experience it all.
With their incredible picture quality, they’ll give you an even more immersive experience.
We’re proud to have a device like this for our customers to enjoy on a large screen, and we look forward to continuing to provide our customers with the latest streaming solutions.”
The new Roku 4K is a $149 streaming device that has four 4K displays and includes 4K HDR video playback.
The Roku 4 is a Roku-branded 4K streaming player with the built-in Roku streaming technology, a built-up box, and Roku’s 4K TV and 4×4 remote.
It supports Dolby Atmos soundtracks, and supports Dolson Audio’s 4.1 surround sound technology.
Roku 4k is the only 4K player to launch with Dolby Surround Sound.