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Sony 4K LED TV deals for today include the 75" X750H for $998 ($500 off)

If you're after a really big Android-powered 4K TV, Sony is offering some healthy discounts for today only at Amazon and Best Buy. The headline deal here is the 75" X750H for $998, which is a whopping $500 off the going price for this TV. There are also discounts on the 65" X900F and 85" X800H.

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Sony's premium 65" 4K HDR Android TV is on clearance at Best Buy for $1,620 ($180 off)

If you're looking for a flagship-tier TV for your lengthening chain of movie marathons, but can't afford the giant step up to OLED, you have a chance to get pretty darn close with a clearance deal on Sony's 65" Z9F 4K HDR set at Best Buy.

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Snag Sony's new WH-1000XM4 headphones for $245 with purchase of two accessories

Whether you're at home or on the go, having a pair of noise-cancelling headphones makes it easier to block out distractions while focusing on the sounds you choose. Sony's new WH-1000XM4 include top-of-the-line ANC, multi-device pairing, and all-day battery life. The headphones normally retail for $349.99, but you can get them for 30% right now from Verizon — as long as you're willing to buy two other accessories, too.

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Possible Sony Xperia Play 2 prototype surfaces eight years after it was canceled

Gaming phones are commonplace now that mobile gaming has reached a level of maturity, although most half-decent phones can play modern games to a pretty good standard these days anyway. Rewind back to 2011, and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play 1 was a unique proposition with its slide-out PlayStation gamepad and stereo speakers. A follow-up was sadly canceled, but it appears as though images of a prototype have surfaced all these years later.

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Sony's new flagship phone actually looks kind of good

Last month, we saw an extensive leak about the Sony Xperia 5 II, an upcoming flagship that looked more or less like a smaller Xperia 1 II. Now, the company's gone and made it official: the Xperia 5 II will be available later this year for $950.

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Sony schedules Xperia phone announcement for September 17

Sony has just announced an event for a new Xperia device launch. The company is being coy on what exactly is being announced here, but our guess is the Xperia 5 II that we saw leaked last month. The event is set for September 17th, a week from today.

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Sony 4K OLED TVs on sale right now starting at $1,500 ($400 off)

If you're looking to achieve some of the best viewing you can get with a TV these days, you're looking for 4K and you're looking for an OLED panel. And if you're looking to get a deal all at the same time, Sony's A8H series of TVs are on sale right now starting at $400 off.

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Pick up Sony's 55" 4K HDR Android TV with Dolby Vision for $698 ($100 off)

Since we're spending more of our lives' at home these days, it's a great time to double check your home entertainment setup and make sure it's everything you want it to be. If not, don't fret — Sony's 55" 4K Android TV with HDR and Dolby Atmos is currently discounted down to $698 on Amazon and $699 on Best Buy, a savings of about $100.

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Sony's 65" X950G 4K HDR TV drops to a stunningly low $998 on Amazon

If you're after a nice 65" smart TV and don't mind having last year's model, Amazon is currently offering the Sony XBR-65X950G for just $998. That's $400 to $600 cheaper than any other store carrying the 65" X950G and represents a $600 savings over the next-gen 65" X950H, which is already at its own all-time low.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 review: You just can't do better

Sony has been making noise-canceling headphones for years, and it's gotten pretty good at it. We had very few complaints about Sony's WH-1000XM3 headphones, so there wasn't much to fix in the latest iteration. Still, Sony listened to customer feedback and made several notable improvements in the new WH-1000XM4. They still sound phenomenal, but Sony added wear detection, some new Bluetooth tricks, and made the noise cancelation even more effective. At the same time, the XM4s look almost identical to the last-gen headphones. They don't look ugly or cheap, but the design isn't as striking as I'd expect from the best noise-canceling headphones on the market.

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