It's too early for most of the Black Friday 2013 as to be out and published, but we're already hearing some rumblings and making some predictions about what will see during Black Friday 2013 sales. One of the things we expect to see this year are some impressively low prices on 32-inch LCD TVs.
We're predicting that some basic 32-inch LCD TVs will be priced as low as $100. To get a price that low, these will be very basic sets in may not even offerfull HD resolution. Still, a 32-inch TV for about $100 supporting 720p would be perfect as a secondary TV for kid's room or a bedroom.
It would also make a not too expensiveaddition to a new game console being given during the holidays as well. We're expecting ads to confirm some of these prices that come out towards the end of this month and the beginning of November. What Friday is very strong shopping day and we're definitely keeping our ear to the ground for more pricing information.
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