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Cyber Monday Sales 2012; Best Tech Deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart

Details on the best Tech Deals for Cyber Monday 2012.

By Dexter Keyton, EnStars on Nov 26, 2012 05:14 PM EST
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Employees at Amazon prepare for Cyber Monday and get merchandise ready to ship at the Phoenix Fulfillment Center in Goodyear, Arizona, November 16, 2009. (Photo : Reuters)

Cyber Monday is here and there are plenty of online deals to go around.

Here's a look at some of the hottest tech deals today.

Acer has a deal with $170 off select Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers and touchscreen notebooks.

Amazon is also offering Prime Membership for $79 that gives online shoppers free two-day shipping on most items for an entire year, that includes free instant streaming movies and TV shows. Amazon has a deal on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Titanium from Sprint  priced at $229.99 with a two-year contract.

AT&T is now offering a refurbished version of the 16 GB iPhone 5 starting at $149.99 with a two-year contract in either black or white.

Barnes & Noble is giving a free $25 gift card with MasterCard purchases of their tablets like the Nook Simple Touch e-reader, a Nook Color or Nook Tablet. However, if you use any other payment method to buy one of their tablets you will not get the free gift card. The bookstore chain is also offering 30 percent off of any one item, 50 percent off New York Times bestselling books and up to 70 percent off Blu-Ray movies.

Best Buy's deals include: a 55-inch Samsung LED-backlit TV selling for $999.99 and the HTC Titan running Windows Phone and the HTC Wildfire S running Android are both free with a new two-year contract. Select point-and-shoot cameras are $40, laptops like the 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite for $279.99, and Barnes & Noble's Nook Simple Touch e-reader is down to $79.99.

Dell's has deals for the Inspiron 14R priced at $399.99, a 46-inch Sony Google TV with 1080p resolution for $798, and Nintendo Wii with the New Super Mario Bros. game for only $134.99.

Online auction site eBay is offering a Samsung SMART 16.1 MP digital camera for $129.99.

GameStop has a few promotions with games marked down to $10 and $20, and Refurbished iPod Touch 3rd Gen. 32 GB for $179.99.

MacMall is selling Apple products marked down like 16GB Wi-Fi iPad (4th generation) for $473.99, 64GB iPod touch (5th generation) for $394.00, 8GB iPod touch (4th generation) for $179.99, and an 11-inch 1.7GHz 64GB MacBook Air at only $898.

Sony has a sale on Vaio S Series 13 laptops with Core i7-3520M processor, 8GB of RAM, 750GB hard drive, Nvidia GeForce GT 640M LE discreet graphics and Windows 8 Pro priced at $1,079.99. 

Verizon has a Motorola Xoom 4G tablets for $199.99 and the HTC Droid Incredible 2, Sony Xperia Play and Motorola Droid Pro are free with the purchase of a two-year data plan.

Walmart's Cyber Monday deals end Sunday, Dec. 2, and includes an Xbox 360 Skylanders Family Fun Bundle for $159, and a Double Power T-711 with a WiFi 7-inchTablet with Android 4.0 for $59. There are two big TV deals, with a Samsung 40-inch and 55-inch 1080p Class LED televisions, respectively priced at $598 and $1,498.

Remember to always shop safely online.

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