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Need a 4K TV? ou Can’t Beat the Quality and Price of This Sony

Sony X900H 65 Inch TV

There is no shortage of fantastic Prime Day deals this year, but we’ve been especially impressed by some of the Prime Day 4K TV deals we’ve discovered.

One deal, in particular, stands out: Amazon had deeply discounted Sony’s excellent X900H 4K TV, which you can now buy in three different screen sizes for way less than their regular prices. Depending on the size, you can save up to 36% off the regular price.

55-inch Sony X900H 4K TV — $950, was $1000:

65-inch Sony X900H 4K TV — $1000, was $1400:

75-inch Sony X900H 4K TV — $1600, was $2500:

The X900H is a unicorn in the 4K TV world because it offers absolutely top-notch picture quality at prices that are substantially more affordable than other models that offer a similarly good image.

Sony’s image processing and control over backlighting are the two ingredients that give the X900H its impressive

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Apple reduces price of accessories not included in iPhone 12 box

With the introduction of iPhone 12, Apple is no longer supplying handset buyers a standard wall charger or EarPods, a measure the company says will help offset carbon emissions as part of wider corporate environmental initiatives.

An updated online Apple Store webpage shows EarPods with Lightning Connector now sell for $19, down from $29 prior to iPhone 12’s announcement. A new 20W USB-C wall charger, which stands as a ready replacement for the 18W charger that came with iPhone 11 models, receives the same price reduction to sell for $19.

During today’s iPhone 12 unveiling, Apple Vice President of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives Lisa Jackson announced the new handset line no longer includes free wall chargers and EarPods, both staples of all iPhone models since the original debuted in 2007. The decision to remove the accessories forwards Apple’s efforts to reduce its impact on the environment, Jackson said.

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Apple dropped the price of its EarPods and iPhone power adapters by $10, after it said the iPhone 12 would not ship with these accessories



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  • Apple’s EarPods and iPhone power adapter now cost $10 less.
  • Apple dropped the prices after announcing on Tuesday that the newly announced iPhone 12 will not come with these accessories.
  • Its EarPod headphones and 20W wall power adapter now cost $19 each on the Apple Store.
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Apple has dropped the price of its EarPods and iPhone wall chargers by $10, after it confirmed that the new iPhones it announced Tuesday would not ship with these accessories.

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Its EarPod headphones — a wired alternative to Apple’s Bluetooth AirPods — are now $19 on the Apple Store, a third less than the previous price. 

Its 20W power adapter, which lets you charge your phone at a plug socket, is also $19 — this is a new product, and down from $29 for the old adapter,

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Tesla Model S Price Cuts Keep on Coming

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From Autoweek

Tesla has slashed the Model S’ price $3,000 this month, with the least expensive version now starting at $71,990, prior to any local incentives. This means the Model S Long Range Plus is reduced in price from $74,990 to $71,990, while the Performance version is cut from $94,990 to $91,990. These are the only two Model S versions available for order in the U.S., after a Standard Range Model S had been removed from the lineup in Summer, 2019.

This is the second time this year the automaker has reduced the Model S price. They were cut $5,000 back in May. The Model X also received a $5,000 price cut in May, while the Model 3 price was cut $2,000. The only vehicle not receiving a price cut this spring was the Model Y, being the latest addition to the lineup.

Back in March, 2019

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Tesla Makes Another Model S Price Cut

Tesla‘s (NASDAQ:TSLA) cars just keep getting cheaper. That’s good for consumers, but it may not be so good for Elon Musk’s electric car company, currently the most valuable automaker in the world. 

The company has cut the cost of its upscale Model S sedan by $3,000. On Tesla’s website, the starting price for the Long Range Plus version is now listed as $71,990, while the souped-up Performance configuration now starts at $91,990. That comes on the heels of a $5,000 price cut in late May.

A blue Tesla Model S sedan.

The Tesla Model S: now $3,000 cheaper. Image source: Tesla.

A shot in the arm or a shot in the foot?

The higher-priced Teslas, the Model S and Model X, generate better margins than the lower-priced Model 3 and Model Y. But sales of the S and X have been slumping even as overall sales, especially for the Model 3, have soared. 

Tesla’s overall

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14 Things to Know About the Latest Tesla Model S Price Drop



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A price drop is in effect for Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model S electric vehicle (EV) but it doesn’t bring it anywhere close to its cheaper offerings.



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Here’s what to know about the Tesla Model S price drop.

  • The price drop has Tesla reducing its Model S prices by $3,000.
  • That has the Long Range Plus version starting at $71,990 as compared to the previous starting price of $74,990.
  • The Performance variant of the Model S now starts at $91,990 instead of $94,990.
  • It’s worth pointing out that this is actually the second price drop that the Tesla Model S Long Range Plus has seen in 2020.
  • The first price cut came
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Tesla Quietly Lowers Model S Sticker Price for a Second Time



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Tesla Model S price cut makes long-range EV more affordable

Tesla has quietly dropped the price of its Model S electric sedan, trimming several thousand dollars from the luxury EV. Oldest vehicle in Tesla’s current range, the Model S still puts most electric rivals to shame when it comes to range, while the recently-announced Tri Motor All-Wheel Drive “Plaid” edition car proves speed is no problem, either.

Still, it’s fair to say that for the last few years the main sales action has been around Tesla’s more affordable cars. The Model 3 and the Model Y are both considerably cheaper than the Model S, not to mention feature newer technology and design. They’re also easier for Tesla to produce.

To nudge Model S sales into action, Tesla has done another price adjustment today. The Model S Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive – most affordable of the line-up – now starts at $71,990 for the Long Range Plus version. That’s rated at

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Tesla cuts Model S price by $3,000 amid sales slide

Tesla has cut the price of the Model S by $3,000 as sales of the flagship sedan continue to decline.

The move follows a $5,000 price drop in May.

The Model S Long Range Plus now starts at $71,990 in the U.S. while the Performance version lists for $91,990.

Unlike legacy automakers, Tesla relies on base price adjustments rather than rebates to incentivize sales. The price of the Model S was also reduced 3% in China.

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Tesla reported 15,200 combined global deliveries for the Model S and Model X SUV in the third quarter, which was down nearly half from the 27,660 recorded in 2018. Overall Tesla deliveries set a quarterly record of 139,300 on the strength of the lower-priced Model 3

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Tesla Slashes Sticker Price on Flagship Model S Sedan Again

Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Report quietly has cut prices for its flagship Model S sedan and its Model S performance model by $3,000 each as the electric carmaker continues to pump out record numbers of battery-powered vehicles. 

The electric carmaker lowered the starting price on its entry-level Model S available for delivery to $71,990 from $74,990. It also reduced its Tesla Model S Performance Model to $91,990 from $94,990.

The Tesla Model S Plaid, which was announced last month but won’t be delivered until late next year, didn’t get a price change with the configurator update. It is still listed at $139,990.

The pricing update follows price cuts across Tesla’s lineup earlier this year that affected Model 3, Model S, and the six-seat Model X.

Back in May, Tesla already had reduced the price of the Model S Long Range Plus by $5,000 for it to start at

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