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Some of this year’s so-called Black Friday deals may have kicked off a few weeks early, but the day after Thanksgiving is the traditional start of the holiday shopping season in the United States, and retailers are starting to provide a sneak peek at the deals they’ll be offering this November 24th.

Actually, some of these deals start on November 23rd, because what goes better with a big family dinner than shopping on-line or in-stores?

Not all of the prices shown in the Black Friday ads are really deals… and not all of the items on sale are worth buying. But I’ve done my best to round up some of the best deals on mobile tech and related products that I think will appeal to Liliputing readers.

Update: Check out our Cyber Monday roundup for the latest deals!

Cyber Monday 2017 mobile tech deals (11-27-2017)

Note that the list is organized by product category… but if you scroll a bit further down the page you can find the same products organized by store in case you want to know what to look for when you’re actually at a store.

This list will be updated throughout the weekend.

By Category

Laptops

Convertibles

Chromebooks

Amazon Tablets (2017)

Making Amazon’s 2017 Fire tablets more Googley (Play Store, third-party launchers)

Amazon tablets (2016)

Apple tablets

Windows tablets

Android tablets

Unlocked smartphones

eReaders

Desktops

Smart Speakers

Audio

Media streamers

Wearables

Storage

WiFi Routers

Other PC Accessories

Apps, games, and digital media

Other

By Store

Amazon

Some sale prices will launch as soon as 11/17, Amazon Echo voice shoppers get early access to some deals

Amazon tablets

Amazon smart speakers

Amazon Kindle eReaders

Fire TV devices

Amazon digital media & subscriptions

Other Amazon products

Unlocked smartphones (and Amazon Prime Exclusives)

Anker sale

Aukey sale

Other items

Apple

Asus Store

Best Buy

Computers

Tablets

Media Streamers

Smart Speakers

Audio gear

Storage

Routers

Other PC accessories

Costco

Dell

Fitbit

Google Play

Google Store

JBL

HP

Microsoft Store

Laptops and tablets

Smartphones

Audio

Other

Newegg

Laptops

Tablets

Smartphones

Storage

Other

Samsung

Chromebooks

Windows

Android

Wearables

Other

Staples

Target

T-Mobile

Verizon

Walmart (Sale begins 6PM Nov 23rd)

Computers

Tablets

Media Streamers

Smart Speakers

Speakers

Other

Woot

You can find more bargains just about every week day in our Daily Deals section.

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11 replies on “Black Friday 2017 mobile tech deals”

  1. Don’t forget that before Black Friday you have Singles Day (11/11) coming out of most Chinese retailers….

    1. I’m trying to figure out the safest/easiest way to go on a spending spree for myself on 11.11 – I kinda get nervous buying from alibaba and shipping to the US

      1. I have purchased produts from Alibaba a few times with no issues. Just be prepared to wait a while for delivery. I have had several issues with E-Bay.

      2. I’ve bought from Aliexpress on several occasions with few issues. But if you plan on using free shipping (I.e. Normal mail) beware that between November and February all mail shipment times from China double due to the volume generated by 11.11/Christmas/(Chinese) New Year sales. I also know this is a bit late but I say it as it is good advice in general for any who might still read this (oh, express deliveries are more or less normal though the sellers might take a little longer to process the same than they normally do.)

  2. Sweet. Thanks. Nice little price war for Echo Dot and the new Google Home Mini. Time to fill out the fleet a little with a couple of Minis and a couple more Chromecasts.

    1. I suspect we’ll see the same prices at Amazon.com, the Google Store, and other retailers. But Target was the first to release its ad. 🙂

  3. nice deals on the amazon hardware. I got tons of amazon devices but I think I might give the google home mini a try if I can get it for $29

  4. Thanks for the list, Brad! BTW 2nd entry, the Dell Inspiron 14, while 23GB of RAM sounds sweet I guess it’s 2GB and a typo.

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