Remember a couple of years ago when Amazon stopped selling the Chromecast and Apple TV because neither device offered Amazon Prime Video? Well they’re now returning to the online retailer.
Amazon is once again selling the Chromecast and Apple TV. The company confirmed to CNET today that it will once again offer Google and Apple’s streaming devices, and sure enough, those product pages are now live:
All of the devices are listed as “Currently unavailable” at the time of this post, and Amazon hasn’t said exactly when they’ll become available again. Considering that Amazon has confirmed that the devices will be on sale again and that the product pages are now live, though, the Chromecast and Apple TV should be available soon.
There have been no shortage of ways to buy the Chromecast and Apple TV ever since Amazon pulled them from its digital shelves, including retailers like Best Buy and from Google and Apple themselves. Still, the return of these devices to Amazon is good news, as some folks prefer to buy from Amazon, like if they’re a Prime member. It’s also a smart move from Amazon since consumers now have the option of buying from Amazon rather than one of its competitors.