The Chromecast Ultra may not look all that exciting on the outside, but it's actually packing in some pretty impressive hardware. The little HDMI dongle allows you to cast 4K UHD and HDR video content from your phone to your TV, and it packs all of this into a tiny little circle that's slightly bigger than the 2nd gen Chromecast that was announced at Google's I/O event in 2015.
As for the Daydream View, this is the VR headset that you're going to use to access virtual reality features that Daydream-capable Android devices support. However, at the time of this writing, the only Daydream-capable smartphones that exist are Google's own Pixel and Pixel XL. We expect this number to grow rapidly throughout 2017, but if you happen to have either of the two Pixel phones, you can now finally start seeing just what Daydream has to offer. The Daydream View headset is currently only available in the Slate color option, and from what Google showed off at their event earlier this month, it has potential to be one of the best VR headsets we've seen to date.
Both the Chromecast Ultra and Daydream View are available for purchase right now from the Google Store with their prices being $69 and $79 respectively.