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It came a little late this year, but Prime Day is finally upon us. All day today, Amazon (and competitors) will be slinging deals on all kinds of goods — phones, tablets, smart home stuff, the whole nine. And we'll be right here, digging through the pile and sharing all the good stuff with you, our dear readers.
What you see here now is far from a complete collection; there are still tons of deals to be added to this list. It'll be updated regularly for the duration of the event.
Prime Day continues, and with that comes great deals on tech. If you're looking for some great ANC headphones and aren't quite willing to pay top dollar for something like Sony's XM4s, you're in luck. Microsoft's Surface Headphones 2 are on sale today for just $200 ($50 off) at Amazon.
You're probably surfing Prime Day for some sweet tech deals, and audio equipment is no exception. Sony's WH-1000XM4s are the top of the line in Bluetooth audio, and their price reflects that — though today that price is a little bit lower. The XM4s are on sale for $298 ($52 off), plus you get a free $25 gift card from Amazon.
Prime Day is upon us, and with it comes a plethora of deals. You'll spot tons of tech sales today, but if you're looking for audio deals, you're in the right place: JBL's Boombox wireless Bluetooth speaker is on sale for $280 ($120 off) on Amazon.
Prime Day is here, and that means lots of sweet tech deals. If you're looking for a good price on tablets, you're in luck, because Samsung isn't missing out on the action. It's running sales on its Galaxy Tab S7 and S6 tablets, with savings of up to $150 off at Amazon and Best Buy.
Despite Google officially discontinuing the Pixel 4 and 4 XL in favor of the more modern Pixel 5, these handsets remain capable and still boast respectable specs. In fact, the devices aren't even a year old, making them perfectly decent phones to purchase. A standard Pixel 4 actually cost a whopping $800 when it came out, while you can now snatch one for as low as $449 on Amazon.
Amazon is reportedly pushing back its two-day Prime Day sales event from its usual July spot to September, according to a report out of The Wall Street Journal. A previous report from Reuters back in April claimed the sale may be delayed until August, but it appears Amazon is giving itself an extra month to stock up.
Amazon has held an annual 'Prime Day' sale for the past few years, which essentially served as a Black Friday/Cyber Monday in the middle of the year. The event has also had ripple effects in the retail industry, with most other stores offering similar sales during the same period to attract customers, but now Amazon is reportedly delaying this year's celebration of capitalism.