Editor's Note: These deals have all expired. Check out our current list of best black friday deals.
Nope, Amazon still hasn't stopped its month-long Black Friday deals. Naturally, we just had to comb through the deals to find the best offers, and here you have them. The savings on the deals might not be mind-blowing, but we were sure to pick out the ones that will shave a couple of bucks off purchases you might have been postponing for a bit too long.
Have you been looking for an SSD upgrade, but held off because of high prices for the more high-end units? Well, wait no more, because Amazon has Samsung's 840 Pro 240 GB drive available for just $139.99. With a five-year warranty, support for 256-bit AES full-disk encryption, and much better shock protection than a hard drive, you can rest assured that your data is secure.
Is a 256 GB model of the above Samsung 840 Pro not enough for all your programs and games, or will you be using it in your laptop? Grab the 512 GB unit for $279.99.
If you've been looking for a new headset, or know someone who needs a new headset, you can grab the Turtle Beach Ear Force Z22 for $59.99 now, which comes with a built-in amplifier and controls. It includes a chat-boost feature, which raises the level of voice audio so that you can hear the swearing kids even better in multiplayer games. Oh, that doesn't happen on PCs? Good.
Convertible notebooks are cool because not only do they provide you the convenience of a tablet interface, they also allow you to type on a real keyboard when you need to. One of Dell's units, which comes with an Intel Core i5-4210U processor, 8 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, Windows 8.1, and a 13-inch 1366 x 768 resolution screen, is available for just $549.99.
If you've been aching for a memory upgrade in your notebook, you'll be happy to know that there's also a deal on Crucial's 8 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SODIMM memory kit, which comes with two 4 GB modules for a price of only $68.99. Just make sure you have room for two SODIMM modules in your laptop.
What's a deal roundup good for if we don't include a graphics card? The deal listed this week is an XFX Double Dissipation R9 270X 1050M BOOST, which will enable excellent gaming results on Full HD monitors without breaking the bank. You can nab it off Amazon.com for $143.76, which for a card with a lifetime warranty really isn't a bad deal at all.
Broke your friend's Wireless Xbox 360 controller and need to get him a new one? Why don't you grab one off Amazon.com for $35.99, keep it hidden until the holidays come around, and give it as a holiday gift, killing two birds with one stone. It even comes with free shipping, and while it takes a couple of extra days to process, you have plenty of time until the holidays come around.
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I wasn't really looking for one of these convertible 2-in-1 hybrids but I wasn't going to spend $800 to $900++ on a 1920x1080 13" ultrabook either. The 1920x1080 Inspiron has a better display and otherwise compares very favorably to identically-configured models of the popular Lenovo Yoga 2 13 priced from $850 to $950.
Not to mention the 480 GB version for $199 lasting through the 27th
It's hard to say since businesses never pulled off early Black Friday sales this intense before! I mean, Wal Mart today announced that they'll price match their competitors Black Friday deals right now until the real Black Friday. Meaning, you could go to Wal Mart, and go ahead and get that $120 TV that one of their competitors is waiting until Black Friday to sell.
These businesses are playing dirty now. It's stressin' me out man!
Anyway those prices are terrible, by just going to camelcamelcamel.com you can see the prices were just about the same last month
I use ABP and I can see "add a comment" just fine.