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Black Friday: Laptop Deals You Want In 2010?

Black Friday 2010 falls on November 26th this year, and although it is a different date there is one device that will still be one of the most wanted products — the laptop. There have been a number of new versions over the past year, so I thought I would take a look to see what ones you might want.

Dell is one brand of laptop that always does well over Black Friday, so why should 2010 be any different? Walmart tends to have a few exclusive only models, but they have yet to introduce any on their website. The most wanted range of Dell laptops that I think are wanted this and every other year is the Inspiron range. These are mid range, so will appeal to most consumers in the market for a new laptop.

The most popular brand of laptops over the BF weekend has to be HP. While looking over on the Hewlett Packard website, the everyday computing range looks to be the most popular choice. All of their range is new on the website, but older models would have been removed from the site to make room. It makes sense that these older models will still be available in store for Black Friday — allowing stores to shift stock to make way for those new models.

These are just two brands of laptops that will do very well over Black Friday 2010. For those of you thinking about getting a bargain price on a MacBook pro or Air, then forget it — we all know what Apple is like? TVs will also do well this year, and Walmart has already started to offer deals on televisions ahead of Black Friday weekend.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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