Cyber Monday: The Best Tech Deals

News James Peckham 17:28, 2 Dec 2013

The online equivalent of Black Friday brings great savings, here’s a round-up of some the best technology deals around

Black Friday brought about fights, masses of queues and a bunch of great technology deals. Now it’s time for Cyber Monday, a purely online event where tons of retailers slash prices in a bid to sell off inventory ahead of the Xmas rush. Below are some of the best technology deals on the market. 

ASDA

After fights and bargain prices, ASDA has taken the Black Friday mentality online offering a bunch of Cyber Monday deals. This includes a bunch of covers for a variety of tablets at some great prices.

ASDA are also offering a number of iLuv headphones with a £15 discount, in white, blue and red. All of them cost £30.

It’s also selling a Samsung 28-inch LED-blacklit LCD TV with a £20 discount so it costs £219.

You can also save £300 on a Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro. The notebook, tablet hybrid costs £699 and boasts 4GB RAM.

Argos

Argos offered a number of deals on Black Friday and are keeping them going online today.

An LG 42-inch full HD 1080p LED TV is only £309, a saving of £60.

A SIM free Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini in blue will cost £175 from Argos, a saving of £75.

There’s also a pair of Skullcandy Uprock headphones for less than half price. They were originally £25 but now they’re only £10.

Tesco

The nation’s biggest supermarket is offering some real bargains including the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch 8GB Wi-Fi model. It’ll cost £99, a saving of £40.

There’s also a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch 16GB white model which costs £199, a saving of £30.

Nintendo’s 3DS XL is £135, a saving of £15, and is a perfect gift for Christmas.

Phones4U

For one day only Phones4U will be offering a free Sony Smartwatch 2 when you take out a contract with the Sony Xperia Z1.

Amazon

Amazon are offering a bunch of “Lightning Deals” throughout the day which change on the hour. 

A deal throughout the day is £30 off the new 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX meaning the 16GB model is only £170 and the 64GB model is £229.

There are also a bunch of laptops and tablets deals which keep changing throughout the day so be sure to keep looking so you don't miss out.

Sony NEx-6 camera with 16-50mm Lens is now £447. It’s the lowest price the camera has ever been at if you enter the code SONYTD5O at the checkout.

Gamestop

Not tempted by a next generation console? Well Gamestop is offering an Xbox 360 (250GB) bundled with Halo 4 and Tomb Raider for just £129. That’s down from £200 yesterday.

eBooks.com

If you wanted some eBooks for your tablet get over to eBooks.com and enter the code CYBERMONDAYECP. That’ll give you 15% any of your favourite titles.

Meanwhile for the US

Amazon

Amazon is knocking off $50 from the Kindle Fire HD 16GB and the Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch.

Amazon is also offering Moga’s Android game controller for half off its RRP – it's now only $15.

Staples

The Nexus 7 has had $30 knocked off its RRP, so the 16GB model is only $199. Or you could get the Nook Simple Touch with the same discount, now only $49.

BestBuy

BestBuy are offering a great deal of Microsoft’s Surface 32GB model. It’s currently only $199, that’s a discount of $150.

Here’s a strange one. BestBuy are offering a $100 iTunes gift card for $85, so that’s a discount of $15 right there if you’re into apps and the like.

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And I bet all tech savvies would be like, "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!" with the markdown. Hah!

No way the stuff they have on sale is all crap. Seriously "boasting" 4gb of ram, that's horrible. The discounts are only a few dollars too.

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