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More Deals From Amazon's Month-Long Black Friday

Editor's Note: These deals have all expired. Check out our current list of best black friday deals.

It might not be Black Friday yet, but that hasn't stopped Amazon from already firing off a handful of very good deals. You might think that it's somewhat unorthodox for Amazon to be having a month-long Black Friday, but why should that stop you from enjoying these amazing deals? Would you really rather deal with the torment of navigating your way through dense crowds at retailers and risk catching Ebola, just hours after you've stuffed yourself with some delicious turkey?

Heck, perhaps take some time to actually make informed decisions and get some of the holiday shopping out of the way nice 'n early.

Anyway, we've sifted through all the deals listed on Amazon and came up with the following list. Among the deals you'll find a GTX 770 from Asus for just $209.69 (after a post-purchase rebate), a Radeon R9 290 from MSI for $286.53, and a 240 GB Intel 520 Series SSD for just $109.99.

For gamers there is also a deal on the highly-praised HyperX Cloud Gaming headset from Kingston, and there's a deal on the Logitech G510s for $79.99. Also be sure to check out the deal on the beautiful 23-inch IPS display from Dell for $149.99.

Been looking for a convertible touch-screen Ultrabook? Dell has a 12.5-inch model available for just $649.12 this week. Asus also has a compact touchscreen laptop available for $299.99, and there's also a deal on a 10-inch Yoga tablet from Lenovo for $249.99.

Not happy with the limited storage in these devices? Grab yourself a 2TB USB 3.0 external hard drive from Seagate to go along with it for $99.99.

This stuff might not be the newest of hardware, but it's had the time to prove its worth, and the prices for which they can be bought are very competitive.

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Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.