Black Friday 2010 Buyer’s Guide
Going to shop for a Black Friday goodies can be a mayhem. That is, if you don't know what to buy and where to look for it. Check out Gadg's buyer's guide for this year's Black Friday.
Heading out on Black Friday in search for great deals is not an easy thing to do. But its all worthwhile when you steer your ship into port with a hold of a new HDTV, laptop and camera. But before you throw a cup of coffee and settle down with a stack of paper ads, check out Gadg’s buyer’s guide to the top ten best Black Friday bargains this year.
It’s no mystery that you can score a cheap feature phone for free by just inking a two-year contract. However, smartphones like Samsung Fascinate can still cost you a couple of bucks. Good thing, Sam’s Club is offering it for 96 cents with two-year contract.
HP G72-B66US Notebook
Do you want a Notebook that can help you get things done? The HP G72 might work for you. For only $499.99 at Staples, you already have a super-sized 17.3-inch screen for easier multitasking, a 4GB of memory, 500GB hard drive, and a modern Intel Core i3 processor. Simply put, the HP G72 should handle just about everything for a respectable $200 discount.
Garmin Nuvi 255WT
Walmart offers the same product for $99.99 this season with free lifetime traffic. However, Staples offer the Garmin Nuvi 255WT for only $88. And considering that many other traffic-equipped units will charge you for the annual privilege, you are actually saving twice here.
Westinghouse 40-inch 1080p LCD HDTV
For only $298, Target is offering a 40-inch Westinghouse LCD HDTV. Though you’re not getting a premium television here, you’ll get a full 1080p resolution. With that, you are definitely getting as much screen for your bucks as possible.
You’ll seldom see great discounts on high-end photo equipments. But for only $579.98 at Kmart and Sears, you’ll have your Canon Rebel XS DSLR with 18-55mm kit lens and EF 75-300mm telephoto lens. That’s saving a whooping $170 for this bundle.
XBox 360 4GB
No matter where you camp out this year, you’re going to pay $199 for XBox 360. However, you can walk away with the most goodies with it if you’ll go to Target and Toys ‘R Us. For the same price, you’ll have your XBox 360 at 4GB plus a $50 gift card for a continued smiles after the gift wrap comes off.
Samsung 46-inch LED TV
Want to grab a quality TV for the fewest dollars? Buying a Samsung 46-inch UN46C5000 LED TV can be one of the best offers that you can get on a Black Friday. Although it doesn’t boast full backlighting, the C5000 series sports a tad full of upmarket features for only $898 at participating stores.
AOC F22 22-inch 1080p Desktop Monitor
Despite its lack of brand name, the AOC F22 22-inch desktop monitor tops the list of computer display in a very low price. For $99.99, you are now looking at a 22-inch monitor with a full 1080p HD resolution. You don’t know where to search for it? Just go to Officemax.
Sony BDP-S370 Blu-ray PlayerTarget and Kmart nabs a reputable Sony Blu-ray player with internet features like Netflix and Pandora for only $99. Sony’s BDP-S370 also features USB input for playing music and video off thumb drives, in addition to an app that enables you to use any Android or iOS device as a remote control.
eMachines eME528-2325 15.6-inch Notebook
Though the bare-bones of this machine won’t impress some enthusiasts anymore, there’s something in it that’s worth lining up for. For only $198, you’ll get a relatively spacious 15.6-inch screen, 250GB hard drive, Windows Home 7, and a DVD burner. Now, you no longer need to look for a time machine and travel back to 2005. All you have to do is visit Wal-Mart.