10 Unbelievable Black Friday Tech Deals for the Whole Family

black friday tech dealsLaptops, navigation systems, iPods, flat-screens, and the like are high-ticket holiday items. Despite how expensive they may be, the popular tech gadgets are always on the top of your family's Christmas list. Not to worry, though, because loads of stores are offering outstanding Black Friday deals on some of this season's most-wanted gadgets starting tomorrow night!

Now -- the trick will be getting there in time to scoop up the savings and, of course, fighting off loads of other determined shoppers in the process. My biggest suggestion? Come in comfortable clothes, with at least two forms of payment (in case of emergency), and a list of exactly what you're looking for. Where there's a will, there's a way, ladies!

On to the savings! Take a look at these 10 excellent tech deals for everyone on your shopping list


What: Megellin GPS for $99 (normally $149)
Who: Your 16-year-old daughter
Where: Best Buy, opening at 12 a.m. Friday 
She calls you five times a week asking you how to get from point A to point B. Save yourself the headache by giving her the directional gift that keeps on giving. 

What: 32-in. Emerson LCD TV for $188 (normally $300)
Who: The man in your life
Where: Walmart, open all of Thanksgiving -- Black Friday deals beginning at 10 p.m. 
Giving the guy in your life his own big screen TV is the secret to keeping him occupied while you watch Real Housewives on the one in your bedroom.

What: Nintendo 3DS with Super Mario 3D Land for $180 (normally $209)
Who: The cutest little guy you know
Where: Target, opening at 12 a.m. Friday
After giving the little tyke this game system, the trick will be getting him to still do his schoolwork.

What: Sony Cybershot WX9 Digital Camera for $150 (normally $200)
Who: Grandma & Grandpa
Where: Best Buy
I don't know about you, but my grandmother can NOT stop taking pictures of absolutely everything lately. Give the gift that preserves fantastic memories to two of the people you love the most.

What: Nook Simple Touch Reader for $99 (normally $119)
Who: Your friend who commutes to work
Where: Staples, opening at 6 a.m. 
Do your friend a favor and give the gift that makes those boring commutes a whole lot easier. The Nook Simple Touch Reader brings thousands of books instantaneously to your fingertips and is very light and extremely portable. 

What: Monster iBeats Headphones for $79.99 (normally $129)
Who: Your nephew
Where: RadioShack, opening at 5:30 a.m. 
If you're sick of buying pair after pair of headphones, then these should solve that problem for good. The solid metal headphones are cozy to wear, and come with different size earbuds and a carrying case to suit each user. 

What: 13.3-in. MacBook Air for $1,099 (normally $1,299)
Who: The whole family
Where: Best Buy
The MacBook Air is a light laptop with everything you'll ever need in a computer. The kids will get a kick out of some of the programs other Macheads love, like Photo Booth and Comic Life.

What: Wii Blue Console for $99 (normally $149)
Who: Your best friend's family
Where: Sam's Club, opening at 5 a.m.
The Wii is the something that the whole family can use. From exercising to gaming, this system will bring some fun into the home and have your gal pal thanking you for weeks and weeks to come. 

What: Sony DVD Player for $29.99 (normally $49)
Who: The whole family
Where: Sears, opening at 4 a.m.
Who doesn't love curling up on the couch to watch a good movie or two? 

What: Netgear N600 Wireless Dual-Band Router for $60 (normally $90)
Who: Your coworkers
Where: OfficeMax, opening at 6 a.m.
If you're sick of crappy Internet service at the office, solve the problem by scouting out some reliable bandwidth of your own. Trust me, I doubt any of your coworkers will be disappointed with taking matters into your own hands. 

What items are you scouting for this Black Friday?


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