OLED TVs have developed a reputation for being sharp, clean, fragile, but also remarkably expensive. But this weekend you can save a whopping $800 on this 55-inch OLED TV from Sony at Best Buy. At just 2.3-inches thick without its stand, the A8H, much like other OLED screens, is impossibly slim. This makes it ideal for wall mounting especially for anyone in pursuit of that ultra-clean, Ikea catalog aesthetic. In terms of apps, the A8H has access to the Android TV catalog and offers voice control via Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple AirPlay2. Besides having 4 HDMI ports that include a single audio return channel, the A8H also has a trio of USB ports and built-in Bluetooth for everything else.
This 55-inch Smart TV from Sony features an OLED panel, boasting a brighter and more vivid display in addition to a sharp 4K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Besides providing a superior picture, OLED displays offer a far slimmer profile than their LED counterparts. the A8H also has a number of built-in voice assistant options, as well as Android TV compatibility.
One of our biggest issues with the Razer Nommo Pro when we originally reviewed it in 2018 was the overall cost, but this sale at Amazon knocks more than $100 off the original MSRP, making it a far more attractive prospect. This THX-certified speaker system is one of the best ways to beef up your desktop audio without investing in a dedicated receiver. The system itself is composed of a pair of standing woofers and tweeters, a volume control knob, and a trashcan-sized subwoofer that serves as the hub that connects to your desktop.
Razer’s biggest (and most expensive) speaker system, The Razer Nommo Pro offers some of the best sound you can get for a desktop setup without investing in a more dedicated or complex setup. This system comes equipped with a dedicated subwoofer for powerful bass as well as a variety of connectivity options.
It’s tough to say no to a good pair of Beats, and right now you can grab a pair of the Beats Solo 3 Wireless in select colorways at Amazon or Target for $131, their second-best price to date. The well-built headphones are compatible with Android and iOS devices and can last for up to 40 hours on a single charge before needing to be topped off via MicroUSB. They sound decent enough, too, and pair effortlessly with iOS devices thanks to Apple’s integrated W1 chip. Our review in 2016 took some issue with the original sticker price of the Solo 3 Wireless, but this sale definitely makes the on-ear headphones far more appealing.
If your desktop or PS5 needs a little extra breathing room, right now you can grab the Samsung 970 EVO Plus (2TB) at Newegg for just $250. No bigger than a stick of gum, this SSD is one of the easiest ways to expand the storage outside of finally cleaning out your downloads folder.....the OTHER downloads folder. These drives can be easily installed on any motherboard with a free M.2 slot, and thanks to a recent firmware update, your PS5 as well. Besides providing you with more storage space, the faster transfer speeds can help cut down on load times for games as well.
If you’re looking to substantially upgrade your home theatre and are okay with spending an equally substantial amount of money, Amazon and Best Buy have knocked $300 off the incredibly popular Samsung HW-Q950A Soundbar. We haven’t had a chance to test this ourselves, but a quick trip to Google will reveal a list of glowing reviews, from Wired, Reviewed, and Techradar to name a few. Even a cursory glance at this absolute lad of a soundbar reveals that that praise is well warranted. This soundbar includes 11 speakers as well as a pair of upward-firing rear speakers and a subwoofer.
The massive 48-inch Samsung HW-Q950A Soundbar is easily one of the best soundbars available, receiving a litany of near-perfect scores. This massive 11.1.4 channel sound system comes packaged with a pair of upward-firing wireless rear speakers, as well as a wireless subwoofer.