Sony unveiled its super-thin 4K Android TV sets earlier this year but, until now, we weren’t sure what they were going to cost. Now the company is finally ready to reveal those secrets as it prepares for launch.

Sony’s cheapest option, the X900C, starts at $2,499 for a 55-inch display and jumps to $3,999 for the bigger 65-inch screen. Both models are available to pre-order now and set to hit stores in early July. You can find them at Sony’s online or physical stores, and at Best Buy. Meanwhile, the massive 75-inch X910C will launch later this summer for $5,499.

Beyond size and price, all three options offer pretty much the same experience. That includes Sony’s Triluminos display technology, an X1 chip, and a 4K resolution. Of course, you’ll also get access to all the apps and streaming options that come with Android TV.

Google’s new smart TV software is pretty great, especially if you want access to the Play Store on your television. Of course there are cheaper ways to try out the new platform but, if you have the money to spare, Sony’s new television sets do look pretty awesome.