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This article was published on March 18, 2014

Google Chromecast listed on PC World and Currys for £30, pointing to imminent UK launch

Google Chromecast listed on PC World and Currys for £30, pointing to imminent UK launch
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It looks like Google Chromecast will soon be available in the UK. Retailers PC World and Currys have started listing the tiny streaming dongle on their respective online stores for £30.

At the time of writing, Currys is listing Chromecast as “out of stock” and PC World is offering it only as a product that can be collected in-store. Home deliveries are currently unavailable on both sites, although if recent rumors are anything to go by, that’s likely to change fairly soon.

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At SXSW, Sundar Pichai, senior vice president for Android, Chrome and Google Apps, said Chromecast would be coming to “many more countries” in the next few weeks. It would seem the UK is one of them.

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PC World | Currys (via OMG Chrome)

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