Black Friday Amazon Deals Highlights: Over 50% off on Electronics

Black Friday Amazon Deals Highlights: Over 50% off on Electronics

Amazon's Black Friday sales deals offer electronics at over 50% off.

It's Thanksgiving in the United States, which means two things: lots of turkey, and lots of savings. It can be tough to track down all the great discounts offered on and around Black Friday, so we've assembled some of the biggest discounts on Amazon that we could find on items that we think our readers may enjoy.

Here are some highlights for you to peruse from Amazon's Computer & Accessories Deals, ranked from the highest percent discount to the lowest. Note that some of these deals end soon, so be sure to check the sale's end date if you're considering something. Also, don't forget to have a look at our holiday gift guide for suggestions on how to shop for the geek in your life!


Sandisk

91% off: SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 16GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-016G-B35 - Deal Price: 4.99

87% off: HP v165w 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive - Blue - P-FD32GHP165-GE - Deal Price: 7.99

83% off: SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive- SDCZ36-064G-B35 - Deal Price: 14.29

68% off: Corsair Vengeance Red 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1866 MHz (PC3 15000) Desktop Memory (CMZ8GX3M2A1866C9R) - Deal Price: 46.99

63% off: Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB 2x8GB DDR3 2400MHz PC3 19200 Desktop, Red CMY16GX3M2A2400C11R - Deal Price: 84.99

Corsair RAM memory

62% off: Sennheiser HD 598 Special Edition Over Ear Headphones - Black - Deal Price: 94.99

60% off: SanDisk Extreme PRO 480GB SATA 6.0Gb/s 2.5-Inch 7mm Height Solid State Drive (SSD) with 10-Year Warranty- SDSSDXPS-480G-G25 - Deal Price: 169.99

60% off: Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CML16GX3M2A1600C10) - Deal Price: 76.77

59% off: Samsung UN60J6200 60-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model) - Deal Price: 697.99

Sennheiser

58% off: Bose SoundTrue Headphones Around-Ear Style, White - Deal Price: 74.99

56% off: Polk Audio Striker P1 Gaming Headset - Black - Deal Price: 39.95

54% off: Samsung UN48JS9000 Curved 48-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) - Deal Price: 1597.99

53% off: SanDisk Extreme PRO 960GB SATA 6.0GB/s 2.5-Inch 7mm Height Solid State Drive (SSD) with 10-Year Warranty- SDSSDXPS-960G-G25 - Deal Price: 329.99

50% off: LG Electronics 43UF6400 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) - Deal Price: 547.99

50% off: Sony XBR49X830C 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model) - Deal Price: 798

Sandisk SSD

50% off: Samsung UN55JS8500 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV (2015 Model) - Deal Price: 1497.99

50% off: Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin - Xbox One - Deal Price: 19.99

50% off: Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin - PlayStation 4 - Deal Price: 19.99

Samsung TV monitor

ViewSonic VX2858sml]50% off: 28-Inch SuperClear Pro LED Monitor (Full HD 1080p, 50M:1 DCR, Dual MHL(HDMI)/VGA, 8-bit Color) - Deal Price: 193.99

50% off: SanDisk Extreme PRO 960GB SATA 6.0GB/s 2.5-Inch 7mm Height Solid State Drive (SSD) with 10-Year Warranty- SDSSDXPS-960G-G25 - Deal Price: 349.99

50% off: Samsung 32" UHD Professional LED Monitor (U32D970Q) - Deal Price: 999.99

Dark Souls 2

48% off: SanDisk Internal SSD 240GB 2.5-Inch SDSSDA-240G-G25 - Deal Price: 59.99

43% off: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7-Inch, Dark Gray) - Deal Price: 79.99

41% off: SanDisk Extreme 500 Portable SSD 240GB SDSSDEXT-240G-G25 - Deal Price: 89.99

40% off: Samsung Simple LED 24" Monitor S24D300H with High Glossy Finish - Deal Price: 119.99

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I'm looking into getting some upgrades for my system (Still at a loss over witch version of the GTX 970 to get) and I'm curious about those RAM cards.

Anyone know if upgrading from 6 GB to 8GB will do much performance wise? Should there me any compatibility issues or problematic setups or could I just pop them into my system without worry?

Considering a 240gb SanDisk SSD at £47.99. 120gb is probably all I'll need for a while, but the former's better value, however I'm less comfortable with dropping that amount of cash at the moment. 120gb is £35.95 for a Kingston SSD.

I keep asking myself: Are faster load times worth that much to me?

kajinking:
I'm looking into getting some upgrades for my system (Still at a loss over witch version of the GTX 970 to get) and I'm curious about those RAM cards.

Anyone know if upgrading from 6 GB to 8GB will do much performance wise? Should there me any compatibility issues or problematic setups or could I just pop them into my system without worry?

unless you are playing games that require massive amount of rams or use mods that store a lot of information in ram (this is sometimes prevalent in some strategy games), there probably wont be much performance increase. that is, unless your the type of fella that likes to keep ram-wasting programs like Chrome running in the background while you game.

as far as compatibility goes, whichever setup you go with they should still work and your mobo should handle incompatibility, however this may result in decreased performance forcing all sticks down to the slowest stick. Two things to consider: if possible, purchase ram that is same frequency as the one you have unless you plan to remove the old one. a faster one will not run faster anyway since mobo will limit it to that slowest frequency. second thing is preferably buy in pairs and plug them in in such a way that you could run them in dual-channel (how to plug it in correctly differentiates based on motherboard you have, it should be clearly marked on the mobo though). This can improve performance of around 15%. if your mobo is the "mini" setup and only holds 2 sticks total, they are going to be in dual mode. Note that if you use different sticks, dual mode will be disabled as it has to be identical sticks for it to work.

[edit] Im also assuming we are talking DDR3 only here. Different DDR versions are not compatible with eachother and will not work. Usually a motherboard only supports one type of DDR (havent seen multiple ram types support since the 90s actually) so get the same type you currently have in.[/edit]

If your looking into performance upgrade and dont have a SSD yet, consider that as your option instead. while it will not increase your FPS, it will remove all problems with HDD lagging behind and make loading screens a non-issue.

Headsprouter:

I keep asking myself: Are faster load times worth that much to me?

i dont know how it is for you, but ive been using an SSD for 3 months now and the answer for me turned out to be yes, it was worth it. Also if your looking for the 240gb variant, may i suggest Samsung EVO series? they made some nice technical advancements that currently put them ahead of both SanDisk and Kingston.

Strazdas:

Headsprouter:

I keep asking myself: Are faster load times worth that much to me?

i dont know how it is for you, but ive been using an SSD for 3 months now and the answer for me turned out to be yes, it was worth it. Also if your looking for the 240gb variant, may i suggest Samsung EVO series? they made some nice technical advancements that currently put them ahead of both SanDisk and Kingston.

Thanks for the suggestion, but if I make an SSD purchase it'll be one of the cheaper 240gb ones (SanDisk in this case). My preferred price range is what's making me hesitate in the first place. I'd fork out more for space than speed when it comes to SSDs. Is that weird? It's lovely compared to a regular hard drive at any rate.

In fact, I got it.

I haven't made a hardware-related purchase in ages. I'm excited. :D

Headsprouter:

Strazdas:

Headsprouter:

I keep asking myself: Are faster load times worth that much to me?

i dont know how it is for you, but ive been using an SSD for 3 months now and the answer for me turned out to be yes, it was worth it. Also if your looking for the 240gb variant, may i suggest Samsung EVO series? they made some nice technical advancements that currently put them ahead of both SanDisk and Kingston.

Thanks for the suggestion, but if I make an SSD purchase it'll be one of the cheaper 240gb ones (SanDisk in this case). My preferred price range is what's making me hesitate in the first place. I'd fork out more for space than speed when it comes to SSDs. Is that weird? It's lovely compared to a regular hard drive at any rate.

In fact, I got it.

I haven't made a hardware-related purchase in ages. I'm excited. :D

well good luck with your SSD then. Sandisk is by no means a bad choice, but when i said technical advancements i didnt meant speed (that has pretty much hit the limits of SATA3 at the moment and the differences are negligible). I meant in this case specifically the 3D-Nand technology that should make them more reliable and extend its lifetime (synthetic long term tests show up to 48% improvement in longevity). But that does not by no means mean that the SanDisk option is a bad one.

And yes, i definatelly know that feeling of space over speed but that kinda goes contrary to the whole concept of buying and SSD now :P. i should really buy a new HDD, 3TB is not enough!

Strazdas:

well good luck with your SSD then. Sandisk is by no means a bad choice, but when i said technical advancements i didnt meant speed (that has pretty much hit the limits of SATA3 at the moment and the differences are negligible). I meant in this case specifically the 3D-Nand technology that should make them more reliable and extend its lifetime (synthetic long term tests show up to 48% improvement in longevity). But that does not by no means mean that the SanDisk option is a bad one.

And yes, i definatelly know that feeling of space over speed but that kinda goes contrary to the whole concept of buying and SSD now :P. i should really buy a new HDD, 3TB is not enough!

Well, my thinking you meant speed is on account of my lack of PC smarts. Damn! I thought I had it concealed!

The dark souls 2 Scholar of First sin appears to not show any deal when i click on the link. Just a $45 price tag. I am disappoint. Oh hang on, only the xbone has the full discount. Damnit!

 

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