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Staples Black Friday Ad Preview released [Update]

Nov 9 2011, 8:40am CST | by , in News | Black Friday

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Staples Black Friday Ad Preview released

Staples published several deals that you will be able to find in the Staples Black Friday 2011 Ad.

Office Supply retailer Staples published an extensive sneak peek of the Staples Black Friday Ad on their site. The 2011 Staples Black Friday deals are comprised again of serval laptop deals along with tablets, eReader and computer accessories. 

The Staples Black Friday 2011 deals include $299.99 15.6-inch HP Laptop with Intel Celeron B800 CPU, 2GB RAM and 320GB HDD. On the top end is a 17.3-inch HP Core i7, 4GB, 640GB HDD for only $599.99.

The Acer Iconia 10.1-inch 16GB Android Tablet is going to sell for $299. The BlackBerry PlayBook 7-inch 16GB tablet will sell for $199. The Nook Color will sell for $199 and comes with a free $25 gift card. The $79 Kindle Wi-Fi is offered on Black Friday with a $15 gift card.

The tablet deals on Staples stand out as well as the Core i7 Laptop mentioned above. 

Staples is also offering right now early Black Friday Laptop deals. You can shop for them on Black Friday Mart.

The full Staples Black Friday 2011 Ad just leaked.

Black Friday 2011 is off the an incredible start with 32-inch TVs under $200 and Laptops under $200. We will again provide you with complete coverage of Black Friday including buying guides, deal analyses, Black Friday Ads and more in our Black Friday Hub.
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