Cyber Monday: 40 best tech deals as selected by our editors

Ivan Franco

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Cyber Monday is here, which means continued savings on your favorite items. We've scanned and filtered out a lot of the noise and selected the best tech deals we could find today. Some are similar deals that we saw during the Thanksgiving weekend, but had either expired or gone out of stock, and are now back on. Others are new, so check the list out as you might find something that you were eyeing in the first place and now it the time to get your shopping done -- at a discount. Do note some of these deals may expire before the day ends, so act fast if you are set on buying something.

Audio

Monitors

Smartphones

TVs

Electronics

PC Hardware

Networking

Gaming

Pre-Built Desktop PCs

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OutlawCecil

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The vast majority of these aren't anything but everyday sales deals. I see very little compelling here.

Exactly. I hate, hate, HATE hearing about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. I got multiple emails daily, from multiple companies for the last two weeks straight. Every one had "normal" sales but they called them a thousand slightly-reworded "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" deals. Do people really not pay attention to the actual prices of these products??
 

flipp3r

Posts: 27   +6
The vast majority of these aren't anything but everyday sales deals. I see very little compelling here.

Exactly. I hate, hate, HATE hearing about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. I got multiple emails daily, from multiple companies for the last two weeks straight. Every one had "normal" sales but they called them a thousand slightly-reworded "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" deals. Do people really not pay attention to the actual prices of these products??
I totally agree. "Black Friday", "Mega Saturday", "Cyber Monday" - Geez!
 
The vast majority of these aren't anything but everyday sales deals. I see very little compelling here.

Exactly. I hate, hate, HATE hearing about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. I got multiple emails daily, from multiple companies for the last two weeks straight. Every one had "normal" sales but they called them a thousand slightly-reworded "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" deals. Do people really not pay attention to the actual prices of these products??
I totally agree. "Black Friday", "Mega Saturday", "Cyber Monday" - Geez!



No such thing as a free lunch. Just overpriced product during the rest of the year.