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Black Friday may traditionally be the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States, and the time when retailers roll out their biggest discounts. But stores have been starting things early for the past few years, and some of this year’s best holiday-shopping-season bargains are already available.

You can keep on the latest deals on mobile gadgets throughout the year by visiting our Daily Deals section. But we’ve also rounded up some of the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals in one place… and that place is right here.

Note that we’ve linked to ads for some items, and directly to product pages for others… but the sale prices for some items might not be available until November 26th, 27th, or 30th.

This list will be updated as new deals are announced, so make sure to keep checking back as Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach.

Also check out Amazon.com/BlackFriday, where new deals will be posted regularly starting November 20th.

Amazon Tablets

Apple Tablets

Android Tablets

Windows Tablets

Apple laptops

Windows laptops

Chromebooks

Convertibles and 2-in-1s

Mini PCs

Smartphones

Smartwatches

Other Wearables

eReaders

Digital media devices

Apps, games, and digital media

Other

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5 replies on “Black Friday 2015 mobile tech deals”

  1. In 2014, Microsoft offered “unlimited” OneDrive storage to its paying
    Office 365 customers. Recently, MS discontinued the “unlimited” feature,
    and new paying Office 365 accounts only get 1 TB. At some point, current
    Office 365 customers will lose their data > 1 TB, MS isn’t planning on
    grandfathering, especially not those who took MS up on its “unlimited”
    offer and stored 74 TB on OneDrive.

    I wonder how long Amazon will offer “unlimited” storage.

    In retrospect, MS’ OneDrive offering wasn’t (and still isn’t) ready for
    prime time anyway. It’s web interface was buggy, crashed often,
    would unexpectedly hang while uploading. Its redeeming feature was
    its “unlimited” storage, but now that’s gone…

    1. bradlinder – Brad Linder is editor of the mobile tech blog Liliputing, an independent journalist and podcast producer and editor based in Philadelphia.
      Brad Linder says:

      That’s today’s price. On Black Friday it’s on sale for $50 off.

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