This connected coconut is looking to replace your Chromecast

Thanks to Multicoco you’ll soon be able to spice up your boring TV setup with something a bit more, well, tropical. Inside this hairy brown sphere lies a TV streaming device. […] The coconuts are brought in from the Caribbean coast, where they’re hand-picked to make sure only the most beautiful ones end up in your living room. They’re then fitted with a small circuit board running Android TV, and some holes are drilled to add a HDMI port and two USB 2.0 ports. The device obviously also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. – Juan Buis, The Next Web http://ift.tt/2fa2o8a
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