12 sweet Cyber Monday tech deals

By , Network World |  Mobile & Wireless, Cyber Monday

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

 

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.

TARGET

*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.


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