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You’d be excused for forgetting or never knowing about this in the first place, but Walmart has been selling a whole bunch of (affordable) stuff under its very own Onn (stylized “onn.”) brand for several years now.
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Priced at just $29.88, the company’s rookie effort in this extremely crowded and competitive space impressively undercuts everything from Amazon’s $50 Fire TV Stick 4K to the $50 Chromecast with Google TV and Roku’s 4K-enabled Streaming Stick+, which normally costs, you guessed it, 50 bucks as well.
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None of those four competing devices can deliver 4K UHD content on your otherwise non-4K UHD-supporting TV, which obviously gives Walmart an important advantage when it comes to targeting cash-strapped video streaming addicts.
Get Walmart’s FHD model here
Speaking of sticks, Walmart has an onn-branded streaming device in that form factor just about ready to be released online as well at an even lower $24.88 starting price with Full HD video support only.