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Amazon’s Early Black Friday Deals sale continues, and now not only can you pick up an Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet for $45 (half the usual price), but Amazon is also selling the Fire HD 10 for $100 (which is $50 off the list price). Not only is it a bigger, higher-resolution tablet, but it also has the fastest processor of any current-gen Amazon tablet

Meanwhile, Walmart has kicked off its own early Black Friday sale, with discounts on products across a wide range of categories. Among other things, you can pick up a 4K Android TV media streamer for $20 or a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds+ true wireless earbuds for $59.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Media Streamers

Tablets

Laptops

Wireless audio

PC accessories

Downloads & Streaming

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  1. I picked up one of those $20 4k Onn boxes from Walmart a few weeks back. It works fine, but out of the box the video would cut out every 10 to 20 seconds. I fixed it by turning off a couple of the features like HDR, adaptive this and that, etc. I suspect the chip inside is being stretched to its limit. I’m using it with a brand new TV, and I tried swapping the video ports, the video cables, and the power adapters, so I’m pretty sure it’s the box itself with the issue. Just wanted to share so people would be aware of the potential issue.