Today’s Top Tech Deals: $255 Sony WH1000XM3 Headphones, $270 50″ 4K Smart TV, and More!

Today’s Top Tech Deals: $255 Sony WH1000XM3 Headphones, $270 50″ 4K Smart TV, and More!

There is some wild news coming out of the U.S. today, with the Department of Commerce moving to ban TikTok and WeChat from app stores. Interestingly enough, the keyword ‘VPNs‘ is tending on Twitter right now–that’s curious, isn’t it? It’s a pretty weird state of affairs this Friday.

Regardless, today’s top tech deals include a low-cost 4K smart TV, a one-day-only sale on high-quality Sony headphones, and more!

Make sure to look at our three-day VIP sale, and take advantage of some big savings to learn some new programming skills!

ESR’s Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra Accessory Sale

Right now on Amazon, ESR is holding a sale on its Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra accessories! Their cases are pretty stylish, and the metal cases also include a helpful kickstand that can keep your phone upright in landscape or portrait mode. If you need a new case for your new purchase (both the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are discounted on Amazon, by the way), ESR has what you want.

    If you want quality accessories for your new Note device but don't want to break the bank (you just spent a lot on a phone, after all), ESR's sale will get you the case and screen protectors you need for a low price. Make sure to clip the coupons at the individual item pages, too!

Today Only, Grab the Sony WH1000XM3 for $255

If you want the best of the best headphones, you’ll want the Sony WH1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones. They are downright amazing, with perfect noise-canceling technology, a long battery life, and an understated look. Today only at Woot!, you can grab a brand-new black pair of WH1000XM3s for just $255, $95 off the MSRP. If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free standard shipping too!

    Today only, get some of the best bluetooth headphones around for just $255. With active noise cancelling and a long battery life, you'll never be bothered during work with these on.

Kingston 256GB microSDXC for $50

Depending on what you’re using your microSD card for, you’ll want to have one that can access the data at high speeds. There’s nothing worse than a low-quality card in your Switch causing long load times! Prevent that scenario with the Kingston Canvas Go Plus. The 256 GB model is available for $50 right now on Amazon, so grab one and save yourself from loading time woes.

    Go with the Kingston Canvas Go Plus for up to 170 MB/s load speeds. Never worry about long loading times for your data again!

$80 Off TCL’s 50″ 4K Smart TV

Whether you’re upgrading your home theater setup or preparing for the next generation of console gaming, 4K and Smart TVs are starting to become really affordable to the average user. At Best Buy, you can TCL’s 50″ 4K Smart TV (which uses Android TV”) for just $270. This TV supports all the major streaming services right out of the box, and also has three HDMI ports to plug in whatever you need to.

    Upgrade your living room set-up today with TCL's 4K Android TV-enabled 50-inch set for just $270. You'll having everything you need for a great picture without having to spend a ton of money.

Corprit 15.6″ 1080P Portable Monitor for $115

There can be a number of great uses for a portable monitor. Need to entertain kids on a long car ride? Want to entertain yourself on the plane? Corprit’s portable monitor can give you a 1080p display that’s easy to carry around, so you can have it wherever you need it. If you clip the $30 coupon and use the code 151WNS5B at checkout, you’ll be able to pick this item up for $115.

    Have a monitor wherever you may need it! Buy clipping the coupon and using code 151WNS5B at checkout, you can get Corprit's 15.6-inch, 1080p capable portable monitor for just $115.

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Elizabeth Henges
Elizabeth Henges

As XDA Developers' Deals Guru, I find all the best tech deals and pass the savings onto you. I've been a journalist since the early 2010s, covering gaming, tech, and e-commerce. If you have any deals you'd like to pass on, you can e-mail me at [email protected]

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