Staples beat the rush and got its Cyber Monday deals going on Sunday, and they last until midnight Monday.
*Gateway NV57H103u 15.6" Laptop: Got a person on your list who just might not be able to handle Windows 8? This Gateway machine with a 2nd Generation Intel Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz 3MB L3 cache processor comes with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. And the price is right at $350, $200 off the regular price.
*Adobe Photoshop & Premier Elements 11 for Windows/Mac: For the artistic sorts on your list who havent invested in Photoshop yet and want to do more than they can do with Instagram a single-user version for $75, http://www.staples.com/Adobe-Photoshop-Premier-Elements-11-for-Windows-M... half off the regular price.
*Garmin nuvi 40LM Portable GPS: For $90 ($60 off), you can help a relative or friend make it to your home without getting lost next time around with this GPS device.
Best Buy, like some of the others, also stretched Cyber Monday into a two-day event, starting Sunday. Among its extras: a $25 savings code with store pickup of items costing $250 or more.
*Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 with 8GB memory: Best Buy has knocked $70 off the price of this WiFi-only iPad alternative running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. The price: $180.
*HTC - One X 4G Mobile Phone - White (AT&T): Best Buy is offering a handful of phones for free. Well, of course there is there little thing about 2-year contract activation& so not really free, but you know the routine. This Android 4.0 device boasts an 8MP camera, 4.7-inch display and more.
*Sony Blu-Ray Disc Player (BDP-S185): Uncle Elmer finally got the flatscreen TV but still has the VCR. Treat him to a Blu-Ray player for $70, $30 off the regular price.
*Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Holiday Bundle w/ Kinect Adventures & Disneyland (Xbox 360): Retailers are practically giving away the Xbox 360 this season, bundling it with this, that and the kitchen sink. At $250, you save $50 and can wrap up a bunch of different little packages to make this gift go far.