Walmart’s cheap streamers should make Roku and Amazon sweat.
If you’re wondering which company makes the best streaming players for the least amount of money, you might not expect the answer to be Walmart. (Note: We’re awarding TechHive’s Editors’ Choice award to the Onn UHD only; the Onn FHD doesn’t quite reach that level.)
It’s true, though. Walmart’s $25 Onn FHD Streaming Stick and $30 UHD Streaming Device both undercut the cheapest comparable Roku and Fire TV streamers, yet the hardware doesn’t seem compromised despite the low price.
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