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Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

The Black Friday deals are starting to appear, so we have decided to share with you guys some of our favorite deals that we have found so far, which includes SSDs, projectors and even Windows Tablets.

These items are just a few of our own personal picks from the many deals available at Amazon, so it is definitely worth giving the sales a look to see if there is anything else that catches your eye. 

 

You can see all of Amazon's current Black Friday Deals here. 

Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day  

First up we have Sandisk's 480GB Ultra II SSD, which comes in at the ultra low price of £79.99, which is simply amazing price for the capacity. Grab this up while you can as it will only be at this price for a limited time. 

 

Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

The second item that we have to show you is a USB 3.0 128GB Sandisk thumb drive which is currently priced at £22.99, which is hard to beat for the capacity, especially with a brand name like Sandisk.

  Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

Windows based tablets have been growing in popularity over the post year, so it is good to see the 10.1 inch Linx tablet with an Intel Z3735 CPU get a price decrease to £119.99, especially when it comes with the Keyboard accessory. This is a Windows 10 tablet, so no need to upgrade after purchase. 

 

  Amazon Black Friday Deals of the Day  

 

Finally we have BenQ's TH681+ home cinema projector, which comes at the low price of £429.99, which is a great deal for a 1080p projector which even supports the playback of 3D movies. 

 

 

You can join the discussion on our favorite Black Firday Deals on the OC3D Forums

 

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25-11-2015, 07:19:30

King of Old Old School
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't Quote

25-11-2015, 14:53:33

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.Quote

25-11-2015, 21:22:16

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year aroundQuote

25-11-2015, 22:02:03

jimma47
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year around
Amazon have some nice deals but regardless of whether you put in "Ships to Australia" or not it seems to return the ones that aren't allowed to export.
Factor in shipping and you can still save a few dollars. My H100 delivered was $30 less than local - the downside was 2-3 weeks shipping.

Agreed on the sale items though. Even if they are advertised at 20% off half the time the 'original' price was never charged anyways. I remember Hardly Normal I think got in trouble about that once. Advertising 50% off but jacking the price up 100% the day before the sale... Or having sticker prices on an LG UM95 for $1999.00 so they could offer it to you for $1400.00 which was the recommended retail price...Quote

26-11-2015, 06:44:01

TalllPaul
I don't really see big discounts here, there is one graphics card they upped the price on before Black Friday to make it look like it had more of a discount lolQuote
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