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Walmart is kicking off Black Friday preview sale today, and folks with a Walmart+ membership get a 4 hour head start on deals through an Early access sale. That membership normally runs $13 per month or $98 per year, but you can also sign up for a free 15-day trial.

Among other things, you can grab a Samsung Chromebook 4 for $129, a Roku Premiere 4K media streamer for $20, or a 55″ TCL 4K Roku TV for $228.

Samsung Chromebook 4 for $129 at Walmart

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  1. I have said it before, any maker selling a 4GB laptop in 2021 should be charged a $100 ewaste fee… school chromebooks included. Don’t get me started on Amazon tablets…

    1. With the global microchip shortage, I wouldn’t agree to any measure to discourage manufacturers from releasing what fits best into their supply chain.

  2. GeminiLake based devices like the Samsung Chromebook 4 currently do not have working legacy boot mode, and cannot boot Linux natively.