Google’s Android TV platform got a notable boost earlier this year when Walmart announced two Onn-branded Android TV devices that had the lowest price we’ve ever seen in that ecosystem. Now, Walmart is further slashing prices, now starting these devices at just $15.

In what appear to be permanent prices cuts both in-store and online, the Walmart Onn 4K and 1080p Android TV streaming devices have seen price cuts of $10 each. This brings the 4K model down from $29 to just $19, and the 1080p model from $25 to $15.

The 4K model, notably, shows this new price as its standard price without a discount tag. The 1080p model, meanwhile, is currently showing the change as a sale, but in-store examples seem to confirm that this is not just a temporary price reduction.

In our review of the 4K Onn streamer earlier this year, we praised the device for its low entry price to Android TV, and for being a fairly solid streamer despite carrying such a low cost. The remote, too, was a major highlight that works on other Android TV devices.

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