Following the success of Chromecast feels not Nexus Player absolutely spot on in all modes, but once it fits does a really good job.
Why should you put three times the price of a Nexus Player when a Chromecast seems to have support most apps and if the support is not there, you can easily clone up all your phone’s screen on your tv. It has been the main question marks then Nexus Player was announced last summer, and it’s not really as if Google has been quite clear to tell us what it is for. At the same time, not Google blamed for being totally crystal clear with how a Chromecast works either for that matter.
Nexus Player are both big brother to Chromecast and a way for Google to compete with more traditional media player and then maybe mainly Apple TV. This is much more about being able to access various apps and services directly through the player instead of necessarily reflect them up from a mobile device.
Chromecast on steroids
The black little hockey puck doesn’t make much fuss in tv shelf, either in appearance or interconnectedness, but there are HDMI and wifi to run on – or so it may be quite simple. The remote control will win definitely no rates to be well built, but it is not as bad as most Asian media player with Android wont be hauling with. In addition to control the widget with buttons also has a microphone built in, and connection to Google Now for voice control of various maneuvers. Just voice control feels far more logical in this case than in a phone, then there is a much greater chance that we choose to talk commands straight out into the air at home than out on the town. While the interface is that it hardly nerskalat that are quicker to speak commands that you want to do but to push themselves forward. For even if it is Android 5.0 sitting somewhere in the bottom, it is an extremely nerskalat interface we have to deal with. You who tried media player with Android has certainly experienced yxigheten to try to control a Touchscreen systems with remote control, but in the case of the Nexus Player is not even normal Android available so you don’t need to be exposed to something like this.
But then what is the point? You have video rental through Google Play and music via the same, Youtube is of course built in, and you can access a special Department of Google play app store. This is a ridiculously small amount of compatible apps, which on the whole is exactly the same as you find on most other media players for years.Despite Swedish launch there’s no Swedish material yet and cannot access the Web browser itself without you starting screw where you shouldn’t screw. After having been available since last fall should be the amount of mediaappar more on this front.
However, that said the entire Cast system to reflect the material from your phone, but it can handle at the same time, the whole point of cheaper Chromecast and is of course a bit in that you should not be forced to mix up the phone for everything to do with the player.
To his great right comes Nexus Player first when shovels out closer to a 100 dollars for a game controller, or at least to their theoretical right.Game controller in question has a build quality that feels that barely half the asking price, and in the current situation, it is unfortunately the only available. But with the control, you can run the Androidspel with real control of your television without having to look at some screen controls on a mobile device or similar silly.
As with mediaapparna, it is a theoretical possibility, because the supply is extremely limited, even among the games. Oddworld and Game of Thrones works perfectly fine with the control, while the plastigheten of the same is getting a bit too reminded to Double Dragon Trilogy should be comfortable to play.
Otherwise, it’s just the promise of a» proper games console with Android «which is the machine’s greatest draw for the moment. But even though Americans have had a little more than six months to do anything with the machine, it feels not quite as on the adaptation of existing apps and games have taken off, not at all at the same rate as Chromecast also had in the beginning. We can only hope that Google itself would continue to invest in the device, in theory, it is really interesting, now it takes just a couple of apps to prove it too.
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