5 Inexpensive Tech Items You Need To Pick Up On Black Friday This Year
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Translation: Only one more day left to prepare for Black Friday! And this year, you’re going to have to prepare for it. With some stores opening their doors a day earlier than usual (yes, they’re opening up on Turkey Day!), you don’t have much time left to search for the best deals available. Fortunately, you’ve got us to help you out. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Here are five inexpensive tech items that you need to pick up on Black Friday this year.
Need a new TV? Now is the time to get one. We’re not going to lie to you. There are literally a hundred and one different TVs out there to buy right now at a relatively affordable price. We’ll recommend this one, though, because it’s incredibly cheap but it comes from a reliable name that we know you’ll love. So, stop watching that monstrosity that you’ve got perched in your living room and slide this into its’ place.
Like TVs, digital cameras are going to be a hot item this year. They’re cheaper than ever and, for what you’ll be paying, you’re getting a great camera. We know, we know. You looooooove using your smartphone to capture pics these days. But if you’re in the market for a camera—or you have someone on your Christmas list who is—this is one worth taking a look at.
If you’re going to buy a Blu-ray player this year, you can get one for less than 50 bucks. But for just a little bit more, you can get a whole PS3 console with a bunch of games, an extra controller, and some other goodies. If your kid has been asking for this for months now, why don’t you go ahead and make his or her wishes come true? We promise it won’t break the bank.
These are going to be hard to find in a few weeks. So get one now while they’re available and while they’re $25 less than they usually are.
Already stuck on what to buy the person you drew in your Secret Santa at the office? How about a stack of ten DVDs? In the past, that would’ve costed you a fortune. But this year, you can scoop ten DVDs for about ten bucks. Good luck finding something better than that for just $10.