Black Friday 2011: Walmart, Target, Best Buy Get Down Low

Just a few days ago, we offered our predictions of the kinds of HDTV prices we’d see during this year's Black Friday shopping weekend. The iMac could not possibly be easier to set up (there’s just the power cable to plug in).

While big retailers like Amazon and Best Buy are trying to persuade you that their price cut is the best bargain you'll get on that laptop you desire, tech-savvy shoppers are quietly scoring ridiculous deals only the Internet could offer. When it first boots, it visually instructs you to turn on your mouse and keyboard and literally guides you in less than 30 seconds through a total set up.

So, you might have your eye on that new LED TV or perhaps a cool new blu-ray player that loads discs lightning fast. We’re just a couple months away from Black Friday. The consensus is that the best bargains will be on LCD and Plasma TVs, with 3D TVs possibly being offered at big discounts.

First and foremost we must consider Apple. It is sad to see Steve not heading up the operation any more, but we wish him many more years of health and to be on the sidelines keeping Apple at the cutting edge.

After announcing their new label distribution deal with Sony RED on September 2, Havoc told that he and his partner-in-rhyme Prodigy are planning to release an EP on the day after Thanksgiving. "We have an EP coming on Black Friday,” said Havoc.

“We didn’t come up with a title yet, but we’ll have a title that will mean something. It will be like seven or eight songs. I did like three. We have some produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Alchemist and this kid named Young Free.” SOURCE Black Friday Deals 2011:

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