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Walmart lists new Onn media streamers to take on Chromecast, Fire TV and Roku

Listings on Walmart.com reveal two new store-brand media streamers, each at a tempting store-brand discount.

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The Onn Android TV media streamer, now listed on Walmart.com for $30.


Eagle-eyed shoppers spotted an interesting pair of Walmart listings Thursday: two new media streamers. Each is a Chromecast-enabled Android TV device with Google Assistant voice controls built into the remote. Both of them are branded under Walmart's own Onn personal electronics line, and as the store brand might indicate, they're priced to sell, ringing in at $25 and $30.

The difference between the two is that the $30 model is listed as an Ultra HD device with full support for 4K, while the other is a smaller, plug-in stick that supports playback in standard HD. Both include full support for Google's Android TV streaming platform and Dolby Audio, and include a white remote with button-activated Google Assistant voice controls and dedicated buttons for YouTube, Netflix, Disney Plus and HBOMax.


It doesn't support 4K, but the Onn FHD Streaming Stick will offer full Android TV support and Google Assistant voice controls for just $25.


At $25 for a full-HD streaming stick and $30 for a 4K streamer, the devices are priced to compete with similar Chromecast, Fire TV and Roku devices. For instance, a Roku Premiere with 4K support will currently set you back $35 at Best Buy, while you'll need to spend $50 for Google's newest Chromecast streamer.

Walmart confirmed the devices will be available in stores and online next week.