Walmart's Onn-Branded TV Streaming Devices Now Available

Another Android option for streaming TV and movies

Walmart’s new Android-based TV streaming devices are now available to purchase both online and in-store. 

According to 9to5Google, Walmart's onn-branded 4K streaming hardware is now available for $30. It's similar to the Apple TV box with Dolby audio support and 4K UHD output. The onn streaming appliance also supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi. However, it looks like the device already is sold out online, so you'll have to wait for a restock or check your nearest Walmart to see if it's available in-store.

Walmart's onn streaming device

Walmart

9to5Google also reports that an onn-branded full HD plug-in streaming stick version (similar to a Roku stick or an Amazon Fire TV stick) is currently only available in-store for $25, but will soon be available to purchase online, as well. Both versions run on the Android TV platform, an alternative to Apple TV that offers a way to get apps onto any capable TV set.

Both streaming gadgets also come with an included remote, modeled after Google’s G10 remote. The remote comes with dedicated Disney+, YouTube, Netflix, and HBO Max buttons to make getting to those platforms easier.

The new devices will allow you to access popular Android TV apps like Spotify, Twitch, Plex, and more on your TV’s screen. 

"These types of streaming devices are perfect if you’re looking to cut out your cable company but still want to have lots of options for watching your favorite shows..."

These streaming appliances join the ever-growing market of TV streaming devices with the likes of Apple TV, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, and others. However, in comparison, the new Android-based TV streaming hardware rings in cheaper than those mentioned above, with Apple TV the most expensive at $179, Roku TV units costing anywhere from $25-$179, and the Amazon Fire TV model lineup ranging from $30-$120. 

These types of streaming devices are perfect if you’re looking to cut out your cable company, but still want to have lots of options for watching your favorite shows without compromising quality and performance. 

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