Google actually did make an Android TV dongle – but you can’t buy it

May 9, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


We got pretty excited back in April about an official Android TV dongle from Google that was reportedly in the works. It’d certainly make for a solid upgrade from a Chromecast that merely enables streaming on your television set, to a feature-packed experience with access to more apps and functions. As it turns out, Google actually did make a dongle called the ADT-2, and promised to ship it to attendees of its ongoing I/O developer conference. The device supports 4K streaming at 60 fps, as well as HDR output. However, it’s not going to be sold to the public. Android…

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