Well that didn’t last long. Amazon are no longer processing orders from outside the US. Existing orders are being honoured.

If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on a Google’s ‘Chromecast‘ streaming device then you’re in luck: it’s now available to buy outside of the US.

Well, sort of.

The device, which allows wireless streaming of internet content from the likes of Netflix to a HD TV, has been on sale in the US for the last few months. But as of today Amazon are accepting orders for Chromecasts in Australia, the UK, and a handful of other European countries.

Android Central, who first reported on the change, say that the $35 price holds no matter the (eligible) country it’s ordered from – though shipping is not free. Any potential saving made thanks to exchange rates could be wiped out trying to get it to you, something to bear in mind before punching the Buy button.

But, for now at least, this is the best way to get a Chromecast without paying extortionate eBay prices or 3rd party merchant mark-ups.

Google Chromecast on Amazon.com