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More Deal on the Black Friday Deals
The big day is getting closer and more deals have appeared since our last report. We have to say there’s a mixed bag of deals with many sales looking more like “clearance” sales than killer deals. It also looks like Walmart has some of the better deals and with Amazon looking like it’s going to match or “counter” the deals it could be good news for deal hunters this year.

Tip: Consider Using Price-Matching
Something to keep in mind when evaluating deals is the fact that many of the big retailers will match the prices from other stores on Black Friday which means you may have a better chance of scoring one of the hotter deals at a store that has the same product but didn’t list it. You may have to do some advance scouting work and read the fine print but the reward might be a great deal on a new LCD TV.

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Hot HDTV Deals
Sony BRAVIA
There is not a lot of information about this Sony BRAVIA KDL-46S5504 46” LCD TV, on sale at Walmart for $798 but we’re pretty sure it’s a 1080p 60Hz TV that normally sells for around $1,000. Is this a great deal? First of all Amazon sells the successor to this model , the KDL-46S5100 for about $150 more and if you add the sales tax you get close to the price of a newer 47” 120Hz Vizio TV that you can buy for a little over $1000. On the other hand a Sony is a Sony.
Westinghouse 32”
The Westinghouse 32 inch, 720p LCD TV for $246 at Target doesn’t support 1080p but at 32 inches, you shouldn’t notice the difference. At least it has HDMI ports but Westinghouse is not Sony.
Samsung LED Backlit
For a more state-of-the art TV, ulta-thin, Samsung UN46B6000, 46-inch LED-backlit 120Hz, LCD TV is on sale for $1600 at Sears and Best Buy. It gets very good reviews but if you add the sales tax you can buy it now for about the same price online.
Go to the Black Friday Resource Center for more gadget deals


Cheap Blu-ray Players
We were surprised to see how few Blu-ray players have shown up in Black Friday ads this year but there are still some notable ones. Walmart announced a killer price on a Magnavox Blu-ray player at $78. This is a great price in a world of $150 - $250 Blu-ray players and if BD-Live or Netflix on demand is not important then we say go for it since this is (we’re pretty sure) an older Profile 1.1 player. On the other hand, Amazon has an LG BD-370 Blu-ray player with 3 movies for $148. The BD-370 is Profile 2.0 and supports several streaming services like Netflix. The LG price includes 3 movies and is probably a little better deal than the Sony BDP-S360, Profile 2.0 player for $148 even though we might be inclined to move up to the LG BD-390 which is not on sale but gets higher marks on image quality and supports VUDU HD streaming too.
Go to the Black Friday Resource Center for more gadget deals


Killer Laptop and Netbook Deals
Walmart has an eMachines eME627 15.6" laptop with an AMD 64 processor with 2GB of memory and a 160GB hard drive for a killer price of $198. We’re not sure if it has Windows 7 but even of it doesn’t it’s a great deal. Another killer laptop deal from Walmart has already started selling the HP G60 15.6″ laptop with 3GB of memory and a 250GB hard drive for $298. Office Depot will be selling the big screen, HP 17.3 inch G71 laptop with a Core 2 Duo processor for $450.
You can buy a Dell Inspiron Mini 10V netbook for $249 on Black Friday that normally sells for about $380. It has a 10.1″ display, 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and ships with Windows XP (we’re pretty sure). Office Max appears to have the lowest price netbook with the Acer Aspire One for $150. Even though it comes with Windows XP it still has the standard netbook features and you can always upgrade it to Windows 7.
Go to the Black Friday Resource Center for more gadget deals


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