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Chromecast has an easy workaround: the dongle is powered by a micro-USB input, just like most cell phones. Sure, it's a bit unsightly -- no one wants more wires -- but it works like a charm. (Google throws a USB power adapter in the box, but many TVs also include a USB port with enough juice to power the Chromecast.). If Roku were to adopt the same design change to the Streaming Stick -- just adding a USB power port -- it would effectively remove the product's biggest caveat. Instead of compatibility with just the handful of MHL TVs, it would work with nearly every HDTV on the market. That's how you get from niche to mainstream.

5, Lower the price.Chromecast's biggest asset is its rock-bottom $35 price tag, That undercuts Roku's current low-end options, the $50 Roku LT and $60 Roku HD, (Those two units are nearly identical, with the HD offering a remote that has an "instant replay" button not found on the LT.), In fact, the Roku LT is currently selling for $40 on wrap folio case for apple iphone xr - perforated rose black/gold logo Amazon -- just $5 more than the Chromecast, despite having hundreds more apps and a dedicated remote, The current Streaming Stick is selling for $84 on Amazon at the time of this writing, Again, separating out the remote would probably knock about $30 off that price, While the added expense of the USB cable and power adapter would have to be factored in, I would hope that Roku could get closer to $50 and still make a profit, It would be tough, but not impossible..

What about Apple?Apple doesn't currently have a dongle-based version of the Apple TV, but there's no reason that company couldn't follow this exact same gameplan. Apple TV already has YouTube; it already has remote apps; and it already has screen mirroring, with the excellent AirPlay functionality. Apple would just have to determine if it wants to go with a USB-powered dongle style design, and if the company would want to compete in a price war. Given that its $99 box has already sold more than 13 million units -- and that Apple has traditionally resisted a race to the bottom on pricing -- I wouldn't bet on this. In fact, I agree with my colleague Scott Stein, who posits that we could see the opposite -- a more robust Apple TV box that doubles as a game console. But you never know.

The ball is in Roku's courtRegardless of a curveball from Apple, Roku has a real opportunity to learn from Chromecast here, A cheaper, USB-powered Streaming Stick 2.0 would be a viable Chromecast alternative, and allow the streaming upstart to reclaim wrap folio case for apple iphone xr - perforated rose black/gold logo the initiative in the field that it pioneered, Best of all, the Roku engineers don't have to start from scratch -- they can just tweak the already promising Streaming Stick that's currently on the market, Hey, it's something I'd buy for 40 or 50 bucks..

Senior Associate Editor Matthew Moskovciak contributed to this story. Roku's streaming dongle hasn't caught fire like Chromecast. Here's what Roku can learn from Google's hot new streamer. Google has shaken up the world of streaming video with its new (and hard to get) Chromecast. The $35 unit effectively turns any "dumb" HDTV into a smart TV with Netflix and YouTube, and uses any iPhone, Android phone, or tablet as a remote. Some pundits were quick to declare the ultra-affordable Chromecast the new top dog of the streaming media world ("Google's miracle device"), suggesting that it would leave current market leaders Apple TV and Roku as roadkill. While some of them made these declarations before actually using the product, there was no doubt from the level of general Web enthusiasm that Google was making consumers sit up and take notice. (The official CNET take: we like what the Chromecast has to offer for the price, but we feel that it needs some feature upgrades before it can be recommendable to a wider, non-techie audience.).

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