If you're Chrome OS-curious, here are a couple of good deals for you to check out.

ASUS 12-Inch Chromebook ($200) | Amazon

HP Chromebox Desktop ($129) | Amazon


Even by Black Friday standards, $798 is a great price for any 60" TV, let alone a Sony. [ Sony 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz Class LED HDTV, $799]


We've dug up a couple of external charger deals for you today. $20 for the highly-rated RAVPower Eleement 10,400mAh charger is great bang for the buck, and while you pay more per mAh for the 4,000mAh Lumsing, its real draw is thinness. It'll still give your phone a full charge, and it can slide easily into just about any pocket.

RAVPower® Element 10400mAh External Battery ($20) | Amazon

Lumsing 4000mAh Ultrathin Portable External Battery ($19) | Amazon


Belkin brought home automation to the masses with the WeMo line several years ago, and now they've brought the same concept to a coffeemaker. This Mr. Coffee has WeMo software built right in, meaning you can start and schedule it from your smartphone, no matter where you are. The product just launched, but you can save $30 if you order right now. [New: Mr. Coffee 10-Cup Smart Coffeemaker with WeMo, $120 with promo code BELKINFALL20]


Leatherman dominates the multitool market, and their Sidekick model is marked down to just $25 today. Makes a great gift. [Leatherman Sidekick MultiTool, $25]


This 130-lumen flashlight has multiple brightness settings, runs on a single AA battery, and is even waterproof. Little wonder it carries a 4.6 star review average. Today's price is the lowest Amazon has ever listed. [Fenix E12 130-Lumen Tactical Flashlight, $22]


Assuming it's legal in your state, $91 is a great price for this highly-rated Cobra radar/laser detector. [ Cobra XRS 9745 Voice Alert 15 Band Radar/Laser Detector with DigiView Data Display, $91]


It might not be Amazon's flagship e-reader anymore, but the Kindle Paperwhite still arguably offers the best bang for the buck in the Kindle lineup at its usual $119 price tag. But at $79, it's a complete steal.

To be clear, this is a refurbished model, but it comes with the exact same warranty and access to Amazon customer support as a new one, and for $40 less. It's already backordered by 3-5 weeks at the time of this writing, but you should still get it in time for the holidays. [Amazon]

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We've waxed poetic about Brother laser printers several times on these deal segments, and their base model HL-2240 is only $50 today (refurbished). You won't get Wi-fi or a flatbed scanner, but do get the reliability, speed, and toner efficiency Brother is famous for. [refurb Brother EHL-2240 Mono Laser Printer, $50]

Bonus: Want Wi-Fi? The refurbished HL-2270 is down to $70 right now on Amazon.


We suspect there will be a lot of great app deals this holiday season, so get your account balance ready. [ $30 iTunes Gift Card for $25, or $100 for $80]


It's not even Black Friday yet, but we might have already found the most obvious deal of the holiday shopping season. If you're an Amazon Prime member, and you buy $45 in Amazon Gift Cards, you'll get a $10 credit added to your account. That's free money, folks.

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Your easiest option here is to get a 3-pack of $15 cards (note that they MUST be the Holiday-branded cards pictured), but you can get higher denominations if you want to give them away as gifts. Just enter code HOLIDAYGCS at checkout to get the deal. Weirdly, you have to be a "new" gift card customer, meaning you haven't previously ordered any gift cards from Amazon, but you could skirt around this by just creating a new account and signing up for a Prime 30 day free trial, so there's really no excuse to miss out on this.

The only other real caveat is that you have to spend the $10 credit before the end of the year, but with Black Friday around the corner, I don't think you'll have any trouble with that. The gift cards, of course, never expire. [ Amazon]




Best Buy and Target kicked off some impressive pre-Black Friday video game promotions over the weekend. Here are the details:

First up, Target is offering a blanket buy 2, get 1 free promotion on an impressive assortment of video games, including new releases. With everything that's been coming out lately, you shouldn't have any trouble filling your cart.

Best Buy's promotion is 3DS-specific, but just as good. In addition to $25 off a new 3DS XL (including the new Smash Bros. edition!), you can buy one Nintendo-published 3DS game, and get a second for half price.


The complete True Blood Blu-ray comes out tomorrow, and Amazon just dropped the preorder price down to $160. These often shoot back up after a box set is released, so grab it today if you want it for the holidays. [Preorder True Blood: The Complete Series, $160]


This PowerA charging cradle can top-off two DualShock 4s simultaneously, and it's down to an all-time low $17 today. Its 4.4 star review average inspires a lot of confidence too. [ PowerA DualShock 4 Controller Charging Station, $17]

If you're an Xbox One owner, or just don't like the look of this cradle, we've rounded up a bunch of other options for you.


Target's buy 2, get 1 free deal isn't limited to just video games; they're offering the same promotion on board games as well. That includes expensive and rarely-discounted favorites like Catan (including the Star Trek version!), but a lot of them are starting to sell out, so act fast. [Buy Two, Get One FREE on Over 600 Board Games at Target]


Yeah, but does it run Crysis? Find out for $8. [ Crysis 3, $8]


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