Walmart Officially Releases Two onn. Streaming Devices for Under $30





Collage of two onn brand streaming devices

Walmart’s budget friendly streaming devices are now officially available in-store and online. Walmart announced the launch of the 4K Streaming Device for $29.88 and FHD Streaming Stick for $24.88 under its onn. brand today.

FCC filings for a device popped up last month, followed by the store listing a device on its website, and finally confirming the two new devices last week.

As its name suggests, the FHD Streaming Stick follows the traditional stick-style streaming device design, with a built-in HDMI connection so it can plug directly into a TV. The 4K Streaming Device requires its own plugin. The devices are powered by Android TV and include a remote control with buttons for YouTube, Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max.

Here’s what Walmart says about the new products:

Stream away! Now you can enjoy your favorite digital channels through our UHD Streaming Device. With 4K Ultra High-Definition resolution and Dolby Audio Support, you’ll feel like you’re a part of the action. Access 700,000+ movies and shows in one place. Ask Google to control your TV with your voice, and easily cast your photos, videos and music with Chromecast built-in. Now you just have to decide what you’ll watch first! Watch onn.

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