Plus, Sony’s WH-1000XM4 are also back down to their lowest price
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If you want a more simple smart clock than a feature-packed smart display, Lenovo’s new Smart Clock Essential is down to $25 (usually $50). It has traditional segmented LEDs instead of a color touchscreen, and it features the Google Assistant.
Sony’s latest flagship wireless headphones, the WH-1000XM4, are back down to their Prime Day price of $278. This marks the lowest price we’ve seen, and it’s a great deal if you want best-in-class noise-canceling performance, along with excellent sound quality and long battery life.
Bose’s trusty QC 35 II wireless noise-canceling headphones are an excellent choice if the WH-1000XM4 are a bit too costly. They’re down to $200, a discount of $100 off their usual price. This matches the Prime Day we saw a few weeks ago.
There’s no shortage of other noise-canceling headphone deals, either. The Beats Solo Pro in dark blue, red, or light blue are $170, which makes for a big $130 price cut that beats the Prime Day deal by $10.
The Beats PowerBeats Pro wireless earphones in lava red and spring yellow are $160, beating the Prime Day deal that took them down to $175. If you’re smitten with the color, this is a great deal.
Marshall’s Emberton Bluetooth speaker recently released, and it’s $50 off at Best Buy. This is the first price drop we’ve seen, which takes it down to $100.
The Ultimate Ears MegaBoom 3 Bluetooth speaker is also just $100 at Best Buy. It usually sells for around $175, and it will offer bigger sound than Marshall’s model above.
Lenovo’s Chromebook Flex 3 is $179, which is $100 of its usual price. This model has an 11.6-inch display, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage, so it’s not the most capable option on the market — though, this is a low price.