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Sony’s high-end WH-1000XM4 headphones are back down to their lowest price

Sony’s high-end WH-1000XM4 headphones are back down to their lowest price


$72 off one of the best noise-canceling models

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A photo of Sony’s 1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones on someone’s head.
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If you have high standards for sound quality, comfort, and features, Sony’s WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones are probably already high up on your wishlist — if you don’t already own them. They’re featured today because you can get $72 off their normal $350 cost, bringing them down to $278. For context, they haven’t been cheaper than this (though, around Black Friday, retailers were throwing in a $25 gift card with purchase). Visually, they’re very similar to their predecessor, the XM3, but these have a sensor that can automatically pause or resume music when you put them on, and they can handle two Bluetooth connections simultaneously.

Sony WH-1000XM4

$3501% off

Sony’s 1000XM4 headphones improve on their popular predecessors with new features like multipoint pairing and automatic speech detection. They retain the same excellent comfort and top-notch sound quality.

Razer’s Basilisk Ultimate is the go-to wireless mouse if you’re a Razer fan, and if you want a mouse that has a lot of customizable features, as well as an included charging dock. It’s on sale right now at Best Buy for $100, which is $70 off its original price. This one has a removable sniper button, and the sensitivity of its scroll wheel can be adjusted underneath the mouse.


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