BlackFriday 2010 is not just November 26th anymore it is a time period that starts possibly this year already in the 2nd half of October. We already have published a couple of Black FridayDeal predictions for TVs in general, 3D TVs and the NintendoWii. Our partner Dealnews just published their in-depth Black Friday Deal predictions covering several product areas including TVs, game consoles, Blu-ray players and Laptops.
They take a strong stance not to bother buying a 3D TV, which I disagree with. If you have fun with new things and have patience to wait for 3D content you can look into buying a 3D TV during the Black Friday season. Where we agree is that the Nintendo Wii will sell for $99 during Black Friday 2010 (at least the old model).
Dealnews sees the best value for Black Friday 2010 TV deals in 55-inch 1080pLCD HDTVs selling for $799. You can read the full Dealnews Black Friday 2010 predictions here.
We will feature more Black Friday deal prediction and analyses the coming days on our Black Friday hub.
Black Friday 2010 Deals will be here sooner than you think. Get your research done now to score the best deals on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets as soon as they become available. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.
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