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Best Buy has kicked off a Black Friday sale… on a Thursday… a month before Thanksgiving. While the timing is suspect, the deals are not – the retailer is offering some of the best prices to date on certain laptops, tablets, speakers, and headphones, among other things.

Meanwhile Amazon is price matching some of the deals… and running its own sales on smartphones and Amazon devices, which means you can pick up some media streamers, smart speakers, smart displays, and other products at all-time low prices.

Target is also running a “Black Friday Deals Now” sale with discounts on some of the same items.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Smartphones

Tablets

Windows Laptops

Media Streamers

Over-ear Headphones

True wireless earbuds

Speakers

Smart Speakers

Smart Displays

Storage

Networking

Downloads & Streaming

Other

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  1. Those prices for Razr 5G and Xperia 1 are pretty tempting.
    I have to remind myself that I do not need a new phone.

  2. The 5TB WD easystore portable that I picked up last year has been running great in my RPi4 NAS/Media player. It is much faster at spinning up than my 10TB USB drive (also attached). My original plan was to have two portable drives attached to the RPi4, but power limitations of the RPi4 2GB don’t allow that.