Happy Thanksgiving to all our U.S. readers at Mobile Magazine. What could possibly be better than stuffing ourselves with Turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie? How about saving hundreds on great electronic devices; yes it’s Black Friday tomorrow.
As we all know, tablets have become a hot item since the launch of the iPad in 2010. For those of us that have been considering making the jump to a tablet, Black Friday certainly offers a great opportunity to get a good deal without breaking the bank. Below are just three deals that stuck on to me on my own Black Friday search.
Keep in mind that the Pandigital tablet is no iPad killer, however if you are looking for a basic tablet for ebooks, a Christmas present, basic Internet browsing, or to give your kids this could certainly be a good deal for you. The best part is that it is avaliable at Walmart for only $88.
Honestly, the Koby Kyros is a very solid budget option that is great for browsing, gifting, and other basic uses. As far as quality, it is actually a much better option than the Pandigital. The catch is that this Black Friday deal is only available through select HyVee Grocery Stores. Check your local ads to see if you can get the Kyros at your local HyVee for only $83.
The Dell Streak features Android Honeycomb, 512MB of DDR2 RAM, a 16GB HDD, and a 1GHz Nvidia T20 Dual-Core processor. The Streak may not be anywhere near the iPad in power but for a mere $160 at Best Buy, it certainly is a great deal this Black Friday. Dell’s tablet line hasn’t received tons of love but it is a fairly solid product and the price is certainly right.
There are plenty of great online and offline Black Friday deals. If the three above weren’t what you were looking for, check out Black Friday Ads.Net.