Cheap Android Tablets Are Your Black-Tuesday Deal of the Day

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This Friday—Black Friday—is the one day a year where there's a really great chance you come away with a stupid good steal. And if you're going to brave the crowds and go hunting for sales, there's only one map you need. Check out our Amazingly Complete Black Friday Cheatsheet here and you'll be the most informed shopper in the mobs.


If you're not planning to fight the crowd and instead buy from the comfort of your own computer, here's a little secret: the online sales have already started. Of course, there's going to be a bunch of opportunities on Cyber Monday and we're going to be doing another Amazingly Complete Cheatsheet, but for a lot of items, now is as good a time as ever to buy.

Take these two Android tablets. Amazon's selling the 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 for only $300 right now. It could sell out any minute, though. It's sold out! Newegg still has it for $300. And Walmart is stepping up with the ASUS Transformer Prime for only $299 as well—which is a damn good deal, considering you rarely see this nerd-worshiped tablet under $450. Sure, you might be able to squeak a deal this nice in a crowded big box store, but if copping savings like this is as easy as clicking and waiting, why wouldn't you? [Amazon, Walmart]

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Top Deals

Asus Tranformer Prime 32GB ($299) | Walmart
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 ($299) | Amazon
30% Off High End Headphones and DACs | Sound Earphones | Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY



32GB Flash Drive ($15) | Newegg via Techbargains | Originally $25
32GB PNY Class 10 SDHC ($20) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
Plantronics GameCom 380 Stereo PC Gaming Headset ($30) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $50
Linksys E3200 Router Refurbished ($61.74) | Cisco via Logicbuy | Originally $120 | Use coupon code HSDISH5
2TB Western Digital Elements HD ($90) | Amazon via Storageaholic | Originally $130



Amazon Instant Video Sale ($2) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $3 | First-run movies like Brave, Prometheus, Moonrise Kindgom, Hunger Games
It's A Tarp ($8.92) | Home Depot via Techbargains | Originally $15 | Use coupon code BFPEEK
25% Off Genius Pack | Genius Pack via Choosy Beggar | Use coupon code CHOOSY25



iPod Touch 5th Generation 64GB + $25 Gift Card ($395) | Best Buy via Logicbuy | Originally $400
Loaded MBP Retina ($2687.88) | Amazon via Laptopaholic | Originally $2800



Spec Ops: The Line ($6) | Green Man Gaming via Gamingaholic | Originally $50 | Use coupon code GMG20-1FYLZ-EDG8R
Pick 5 Pay 10 ($10) | GOG via Reddit
Sleeping Dogs ($13.6) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $40 | Use coupon code GMG20-1FYLZ-EDG8R
Hitman: Absolution PC Download ($29.25) | Green Man Gaming via Dealzon | Originally $50 | Use coupon code GMG35-FGR37-COY0B
Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse PC Download ($40) | Gamefly via Dealzon | Originally $50 | Use coupon code DOWNLOAD
Wii with Wii Sports + Wii Sports Resort ($130) | Dell via Logicbuy | Originally $150
Amazon's Black Friday Lightning Games Deals | Amazon | This Reddit thread is easily searchable


Physical Media

Hunger Games on Paperback ($1.95) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $13
Today's Amazon Lightning Blu-ray Sales | Amazon



Nike 25% Off Clearance and Free Shipping | Nike via Techbargains | Use coupon codes BLUERIBBON and JUSTDOIT


Dumb TV → Smart TV

Netgear NeoTV Pro 1080p Media Streamer ($56) | Walmart via Logicbuy | Originally $100
Sony WiFi Blu-ray Player ($70) | TigerDirect via Dealzon | Originally $150 | Use coupon code OMN77377
Sony Blu-Ray Home Theatre System ($237) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $400



14" Lenovo Thinkpad Edge ($550) | Newegg via Laptopaholic | Originally $700
11" Asus Zenbook with 128GB SSD ($600) | Microsoft via Laptopaholic | Originally $1000
Sony Vaio T13 Ultrabook ($600) | Newegg via Dealzon | Originally $800
Thinkpad X230t ($920) | Lenovo via Logicbuy | Originally $1150 | Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY



Vizio 24" All-In-One with Core i5 ($700) | Tiger Direct via Logicbuy | Originally $1050



10" Galaxy Tab ($300) | Newegg via Tabletaholic | Originally $400


32" Vizio 3D HDTV ($300) | Tiger Direct via HDTVaholic | Originally $500 | Use coupon code PLJ77530
60" Sharp 1080p HDTV ($700) | Best Buy via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $1100



HTC Windows 8X with 2-Year AT&T Contract ($0) | Best Buy via Logicbuy | Originally $100
5-Pack Vivitar Earbuds ($4) | Ebay via Dealzon | Originally $10
Samsung Galaxy Note II with 2-Year Sprint Contract ($230) | Amazon via Dealnews | Originally $300
High End Headphone and DAC Sale 30% Off | Sound Earphones | Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY



Rokinon 8mm Ultra Wide Angle f/3.5 Fisheye Lens ($229) | B&H Photo via Cameraaholic | Originally $300
Go Pro Hero3 Silver ($255) | EMS via Dealnews | Originally $300 | Sign up for emails and use the coupon code they send you
New Nikon D5100 DSLR ($447) | Amazon | Originally $750 | Lots of specials with bundled lenses as well



500GB Samsung 840 SSD ($300) | Newegg via Fatwallet | Originally $400 | Use coupon code EMCJJHN34




Chop Chop Ninja ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3
Mr. Ninja ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Tiny Troopers ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Verticus ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $2


iPad Only

NBA Jam ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $5


Plants vs. Zombies ($1) | Amazon Appstore via Appsaholic | Originally $3
RocketDial Pro ($2) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $4
Goodnight Moon ($1) | Google Play | Originally $5 | Thanks, ayellen!





Some stores are giving free stuff to the first people into their stores on Black Friday, but I'd never recommend someone miss Thanksgiving dinner for a retail promotion.


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The Stig's graphic designer cousin

Hmm...headphones and DACs. Just bought a headphone amp yesterday through Amazon (figures). I'll look around and see if there's a better deal and I can then return the one from Amazon.

...surfing around...

HOLY CRAP! $80 for a 0.15m (6 in) cable? Monster, the gauntlet has been thrown down. What say you, Monster? What say you?