Dell counters the Amazon Black Friday Deals Week with Early Bird sales starting today and running till Wednesday.
The Dell early Black Friday deals today include for instance a $184.99 Wii console, a $149.99 Sony PSP-3000, $269 Xbox 360 Elite Holiday Bundle and Tony Hawk: Ride sells for only $110.
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From Wednesday 6 AM CST to Thanksgiving Day Midnight Dell will have an Electronics Sales event leading up to Black Friday. The deals available will include a Sony BRAVIA 55" KDL55V5100 120Hz 1080p LCD HDTV for $1769.10 and a Nokia N86 Unlocked Smartphone for $369.99.
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Highlights of the Dell Black Friday sale will include the new Inspiron Zino HD desktop for only $199, Mini netbook for only $249 and a 42-inch Sharp TV for only $599 (limited quantities available).
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