From FCC filing to store listing in about two and a half months. A new store listing on Walmart’s site features the company’s Onn-brand Android TV streaming device at a budget-friendly $24.88. The 1080p streamer goes by the name of “onn. FHD Streaming Stick,” a slight variation from the “onn 2K Streaming Stick” name we saw associated with earlier FCC filings.
According to the available specs, we’re dealing with a compact, streaming-stick-style device with a built-in HDMI connection and 1GB of onboard RAM. The included remote control features standard input options, including a circular directional pad, channel and volume controls, and a Google Assistant button. Toward the bottom, you’ll see a set of four direct-access inputs for YouTube, Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max.
Alongside the remote, the package also includes an HDMI extension and AC adapter, which connects via a micro-USB port. As far as connectivity goes, we’re looking at up to 802.11ac with support for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
All in all, that might sound like standard fare as far as budget streaming devices go, but that $24.88 price point is an impressive — ahem — selling point. At the moment, there’s no specified release date, but an official store listing suggests it won’t be long before you’re able to order an FHD Streaming Stick.
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