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Black Friday is still a few days away, but there are a ton of deals on laptops, tablets, desktops, media players, and all sorts of other goodies in today’s daily deals roundup.

For instance you can pick up an Acer Chromebook with an Intel Haswell processor for as little as $180, an 8 inch Windows tablet that comes with a keyboard for as little as $95, and an Amazon Kindle eReader with a 6-month subscription to the Kindle Unlimited service for just $99.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.


Windows tablets

Other tablets, smartphones, and eReaders

Windows laptopsand desktops

Media players and accessories

Digital Media


Make sure to check out our Black Friday mobile tech deals roundup for more bargains!

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (11-25-2014)”

  1. The following article over at UMPCPortal is instructive
    about all those $100 Windows 8.1 tablets. Basically,
    Chippy advises treating these tablets as if they ran
    Windows RT, that is, staying within the Modern/Mtro UI
    and just loading Windows Store apps, and avoiding
    desktop/classic Windows software, as installing the
    desktop/classic software will just gobble up disk space
    and RAM, and only frustrate users


    I think Microsoft will make a lot of haters among Windows
    users accustomed to traditional notebooks and desktops.
    Reminds me of the Carterfone decision, which let anybody
    make telephone handsets, and consumers thought that a
    $6 mainland Chinese knockoff (of the AT&T 2500 telephone
    set) would work as well as said AT&T 2500. The consumers
    were dead wrong.

    1. If these use the same awful Synaptics active digitizer,
      as the original Venue 8 Pro, then there are
      going to be a lot of unhappy customers.

      1. I’m not speaking about the 8 Pro, but the android version. I don’t think it comes with active digitizer at all.

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