60+ superb Black Friday tech deals — like an Echo Show for 50% off

Whether you’re shopping for yourself or someone on your holiday gift list, there’s no better time to find incredible tech deals than Black Friday. This weekend dwarfs even Prime Day in terms of options, with literally thousands of different devices for sale, ranging from laptops to smart home devices. We’ve rounded up the best Black Friday tech deals into one easy-to-browse list. Don’t just buy willy-nilly, though. Know what you’re looking for. “The most important thing is to know exactly what you want. What specs you want in a TV or laptop and which headphones you want,” says Kristin McGrath, shopping expert with .

With new products hitting the market all the time, a lot of the older stock is just sitting around waiting to be snatched up. This Black Friday is one of the first real post-pandemic shopping events we’ve seen, and it shows in the discounts. Take the Samsung Frame; it’s ! You can also pick up a 2nd-gen pair of for over 50% off right now. These deals are for a limited time and in short supply, though — which means if you see something that appeals to you, act fast!

Top TV deals

Many of the best TV deals this year are coming from Amazon, especially on Fire TVs. You can expect savings of $200 or more on many devices, with larger, high-end sets like the Sony Bravia seeing discounts of over $500.

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This TV comes with 4K resolution, HDR compatibility, and voice control through the Alexa Voice remote. Find what you want, when you want, just by asking Alexa to search for you. She can even check your favorite streams.

“I’m on a senior citizen budget but needed a new TV to replace a 32″ HD Insignia Fire TV. I’m very pleased with this upgrade: great picture and sound, easy to navigate, and I love the larger size. Highly recommend for those who can’t or don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a TV,” .

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With the Fire TV OS built-in, it’s easy to access your favorite streaming services. The Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and 4K compatibility mean that anything you watch will be absolutely stunning.

“For the price point this television is really nice. The television has four HDMI inputs that are easily accessible from the side on the back of the tv (helpful if mounted to the wall). The picture (nice contrast) and sound quality are really good for this price. It has one of the better ratings for a budget-class television. I currently use it in my main bedroom, but I can see it being used in the living room or den if you are looking for a good television in this price range,” .

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The Sony Bravia has an absolutely beautiful display with an intelligent processor that better upscales older movies and TV shows, as well as delivering the most accurate color.It has Google TV built-in, too.

“The picture is the best picture I have ever seen on the TV. The sound is amazing for TV. In fact, I can’t think of anything that I don’t like about the TV. The Netflix calibration, Dolby Vision, Dolby sound, and finally IMAX. I highly recommend this TV experience. It’s that moment that you say to yourself finding a TV worth buying,” one customer said.

  • Toshiba 32″ Class V35 Series LED HD Smart Fire TV

    $80$200Save $120

  • TCL 65″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV

    $228$349Save $121

  • LG 50-Inch Class UQ9000 Series Alexa Built-in 4K Smart TV

    $377$427Save $50

  • Vizio 70″ Class V-Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV

    $448$598Save $150

  • Samsung 55-Inch Class Neo QLED Smart TV with Alexa Built-In

    $998$1,398Save $400

  • SONY Bravia 75 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV X90K Series

    $1,498$1,598Save $100

Top smart home deals

Amazon is holding a particularly noteworthy sale on Amazon-branded smart home devices, including the Echo Show 8, Echo Show 15, and a whole bevy of Blink and Ring security cameras.

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With an 8-inch display, you can video chat, watch YouTube, or even track recipes with this nifty device. It will keep you centered in the frame during video chats, and it works as a digital photo frame the rest of the time.

“I bought a 5″ and an 8″ when they were on sale. I love both of them, but the 8″ is exceptionally great! I love everything it can do. Two of my favorite things is it links to my Ring doorbell so it will announce people at my door and automatically display them. I also love that when in idle mode it doubles as a photo display of my grandkids and vacation photos. I love the 8″ so much that each of my grown kids are getting one for Xmas this year,” .

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This is perfect for those that want to get a jump on their smart home. With the included Nest Hub and smart bulb, you can control your lights with your voice or your phone, as well as access the weather, traffic, and more.

“I’m in love with my new Google Hub! Life has been easier in the kitchen with my hub here. The design looks beautiful and expensive. It is quick and smooth and responds well to my voice. I use it often to read out recipes or watch YouTube while I cook,” said one customer.

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True convenience is not worrying about emptying the vacuum bag. This Shark robot vacuum can empty itself into the base, while HEPA filters prevent dust from escaping. It learns where furniture is for efficient cleaning.

“I LOVE this vacuum. I have a dog and two cats. It’s amazing, and gross, how much pet hair it picks up every day. I love that when it’s full it goes back to the dock to empty, then picks up where it left off. I mapped the main floor of my house but can also use it on other floors. When it’s done on the other floors I get a notification that it can’t find its way back to the dock. When I go to get it, it’s waiting for me right where I left it,”

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With a smart lock like this one, you’ll never again need to worry about forgetting to lock your door or losing a key. You can even let in the dog walker without issuing them a key. Safety first!

“Using this on a second home in a remote area. Was always an issue letting service people in and out of the home. Was waiting for a lock that has internet connectivity to remotely lock and unlock the door,” . “Having a fingerprint reader and assignable codes are a bonus. The ability to generate temp codes is also excellent and can be used for service or renters if needed.”

  • Amazon Echo Auto (1st gen)

    $15$50Save $35

  • CHAMBERLAIN myQ Smart Garage Control – Wireless Garage Hub and Sensor

    $17$30Save $13

  • Smart Plug Outlet Extender

    $18$20Save $2

  • Ninja AF150AMZ Air Fryer XL, 5.5 Qt. Capacity

    $99$160Save $61

  • Corsair iCUE LT100 Smart Lighting Tower Starter Kit

    $100$150Save $50

  • Bose Smart Soundbar 900 Dolby Atmos with Alexa Built-In

    $799$899Save $100

Top laptop deals

According to many analysts, this Black Friday is going to heavily favor laptops. We’ve already seen deals like $150 off a Chromebook, $300 off a gaming laptop, and $100 off an IdeaPad.

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Anyone looking for a lightweight, portable laptop can stop here. This HP Chromebook has up to 15 hours of battery life and is fully equipped with all the Google and Android apps, as well as a video-ready webcam.

“I love this little laptop. It was inexpensive and does everything I need it to. I take it everywhere with me in my backpack and, to be honest, I throw my backpack everywhere. I don’t have it in any kind of protection sleeve or anything, and it is a trouper. I imagine it won’t be great for gaming and whatnot, but I use it for emails and spreadsheets and it gets the job done,” .

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This two-in-one easily transforms from laptop to tablet for maximum versatility. With Windows 10 built-in, as well as 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard memory, it’s a great middle ground between work and entertainment.

According to one customer, “Excellent laptop for the price, I use it almost completely to run basic games. It runs Roblox and RuneScape Classic…very well. I have no complaints with it, it’s an amazing laptop, especially for such a low price! Thanks Gateway!”

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A sub-$500 gaming laptop is almost unheard of, but this one boasts a 6-core processor, a 144Hz display, and 8GB of DDR 4 RAM. With the internal 256GB SSD, it’s ready to tackle a huge number of games.

“Beautiful screen, fast processing. Witcher 3? 120 fps. Can run Lost Ark with 70–110 fps with a twitch stream running on a second monitor. League of Legends? 240 fps steadily. Amazing device for an amazing price,” .

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This smaller laptop is ideal for everyday use, from browsing the web and checking email to writing up word documents. While it lacks the power for hardcore gaming, it’s ideal for the average user.

“This laptop is top notch! It’s no power house but it doesnt need to be (for me). Size and battery life for this laptop are my most important options and this device doesn’t disappoint. The keyboard fits my typing style well and the keys feel great. The keys are not squishy nor clicky. They lean more stiff but not clicky at all,” . “Comfortable come to mind. The backlit keyboard – white LEDs – really allows this keyboard to be used in low light conditions. I didn’t expect a backlit keyboard at this sub-$300 price point. I’m very pleased with this device. The screen is very easy to read and brightness isn’t an issue. I’ve not experienced glare with this screen, either.”

  • Pavilion x360 Convertible 14-inch Laptop, 11th Generation

    $562$780Save $218

  • IdeaPad 3

    $480$700Save $220

  • Lenovo IdeaPad 3i

    $430$600Save $170

  • Acer Aspire Vero AV15-51-5155

    $549$700Save $151

  • 2020 MacBook Air Laptop

    $799$999Save $200

Top tablet deals

This Black Friday is an excellent time to take advantage of major savings, like 50% off the Fire HD 10 tablet or $60 off a new iPad. With new iterations of these devices coming out, retailers are clearing out backstock of older models at starkly discounted prices.

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With a 10.5-inch screen, 32GB of storage, and a long-lasting battery, the Samsung Galaxy Tablet is great for both productivity and entertainment. Watch your favorite content, video chat with friends and family, and much more.

“I love it so much. This is my biggest first tablet I ever have, and I been on it so much, and I can use it as a phone,” one customer said.

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Thanks to its bright display, video looks great on the Fire HD10, and you can use it as a Kindle for reading your favorite books. Video chatting is easy, and you can even use it to check email, shop, and more.

One ,” Love this tablet. This is my 3rd Fire. Gave my last one to my 10-year-old niece to watch movies on, read books and play games on. Love using this for recipes while cooking, reading, movies on the go. Takes pretty good pictures. I use this tablet every day, multiple times a day. Love the fact I can hook up a keyboard to it for typing ease. The amount of storage on it is amazing. Worth every penny.”

  • M8 (3rd Gen) 8″ Tablet, 32GB Storage

    $79$119Save $40

  • 10.1″ Tablet Pro, 32GB (2020 Model)

    $129$199Save $70

  • 2021 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) – Silver

    $270$329Save $59

Top headphone and earbud deals

There are loads of deals on earbuds and headphones right now, so make sure you know what you’re looking for! “The most important thing is to know exactly what you want. What specs you want in a TV or laptop and which headphones you want,” says Kristin McGrath, shopping expert with .

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With smart touch control, easy Bluetooth connectivity, and one-step pairing, these earbuds are perfect for the less tech-savvy user. They’re also IPX8 waterproof, which means they can hold up to sweat and a bit of rain.

“I bought these to wear at work when I need to focus. I’m in a cube, and it’s hard to concentrate when I can hear everything going on around me. When I turn the noise-cancelling feature on, I can’t hear any of it, the difference is really amazing,” . “The ambient sound setting is nice, too, if I want to be able to hear anyone but not have to take the headphones off.”

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All-day listening, dual noise cancelling, and extra, enhanced bass that’ll rock you out of your chair — what more could you ask for? Best of all, these Sony headphones are over 50% off!

One , “I LOVE these headphones. The sound is crisp, bass is amazing. Further than that, I love how convenient these are.”

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The QuietComfort earbuds are aptly named, with impressive noise cancellation and high-fidelity audio that you’ll never tire of listening to. They’re comfortable enough for all day wear, and come with six-hour battery life.

“The noise cancelation is amazing, and the sound quality is the best I’ve ever had in earbuds. I’ve used these for a few hours at a time, and the batteries still have plenty of hours left to them,” .

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These headphones work great for both Android and iOS devices. With up to eight hours of listening time and three recharges in the case, you’ll enjoy great sound with Active Noise Cancelling and a transparency mode.

“These are amazing. So much I had to order a second pair for my wife. I’ve moved to other brands, until I just lost one of the earbud. I was skeptical because they’re only 99$. That said, you will be amazed at how simple these buds are to operate. Long hold to activate the noise cancellation; just that simple. The color selection and the features you think would price these much higher; however, not the case. My first purchase was the blue, then the second pair was gray,” . “The rich bass comes right in the ear. You can hear the bass thumping, which I need when working out. I like the feel and the ability to place the buds in my ear using the handles. The noise cancellation worked just as good as other headphones I’ve had…. Great product!!”

  • Go Air Pop Bluetooth Earbuds

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  • TWS Earbuds

    $17$20Save $3

  • GT1 2022 Bluetooth Earbuds

    $24$30Save $6

  • MoriPods ANC Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds

    $30$50Save $20

  • TTQ Bluetooth Headphones 80Hrs Playtime with Charging Case

    $34$60Save $26

  • Skullcandy Indy Evo True Wireless In-Ear Earbuds

    $38$80Save $42

  • Hercules DJ HDP DJ45 headphones

    $37$40Save $3

  • Indy ANC True Wireless In-Ear Earbuds

    $49$130Save $81

  • Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones

    $79$131Save $52

Top Apple deals

There are a lot of Apple products on sale, including AirPods for $30 off, and the Apple Watch SE for one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen it. Kristin McGrath of RetailMeNot suggests getting ready to jump on any deals for the Apple Watch Series 8.

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That handy-dandy charging case means you’ll enjoy up to 24 hours of listening and chatting pleasure. We’ve done the math and, well, that’s a WHOLE DAY!

“My wife uses these when she walks on a daily basis,” . “She walks and talks on her iPhone as well as listens to music. She loves them! I have listened occasionally to music and the sound is very good. Well worth the $$$.”

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Take calls, reply to texts and even pay for your lunch, all from your wrist. This smartwatch can also track workouts like tai chi and pilates, as well as distance run, calories burned and much more.

, “The Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen) has to be the best value Apple Watch in the lineup.”

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Sporting slightly less power than its higher-priced cousin, this model of the 2020 MacBook Air has 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD and a 13-inch Retina display. It also packs in up to 18 hours of battery life under normal use.

“The Retina display is beautiful. The sound system is superior to any other laptop I have owned or used. The battery holds up all day under typical use, and I can verify that the battery holds its charge well for at least a week while the notebook is powered off. The Apple OS (Monterey) is smooth and fast, and I was able to learn my way around in it quickly. When you need help, a Google search will yield tons of tips quickly, or you can avail yourself of Apple support,” .

  • Apple AirTag (4-Pack)

    $90$99Save $9

  • Studio Buds

    $90$150Save $60

  • Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen)

    $200$249Save $49

  • Apple Watch Series 7

    $310$430Save $120

  • 2020 MacBook Air Laptop

    $998$1,198Save $200

Top gaming deals

Black Friday is always a great time for games, with discounts of up to 75% off popular titles like Guardians of the Galaxy, and even 50% off mainline Nintendo Switch games that rarely ever see sales.

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Fans of the MCU should get excited about one of the best superhero games to date. Take control of Star Lord and t he rest of the Guardians and fight your way across the galaxy in this action-adventure title.

“A great game and fully enjoyable even without knowing anything about the Marvel universe — which would be incredible at this point, but that’s a different point. The game is very linear but has lots of collectibles and optional dialog, so it doesn’t lack depth or anything. Overall on the shorter side at somewhere between 15–20 hours (depending on how thorough you are), but every hour is enjoyable. If you like adventures and puzzles, I highly recommend it!” .

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Turtle Beach is one of the most well-known names in gaming headsets, and for good reason. With a 48-hour-plus battery life and compatibility with almost every modern platform, this headset can work anywhere.

“These wireless gaming headphones are amazing. The sound quality is great and I love that I don’t have to deal with a wired connection. I can go to my bathroom with them and they still work so distance is good as well. They are very comfortable too and battery life is quite long for a headset,” according to one customer.

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Not enough room on the PS5? No problem. This internal SSD is a whopping 66% off and can store 1TB of games. Plus, it even comes with its own heatsink to help keep it cool and improve gaming performance.

One , “This thing is great! I bought two of the 2TB version for PS5s, and it might’ve been the easiest install I’ve done of anything. No fuss installing, no fuss setting it up, it was basically plug-and-play. Haven’t had any complaints from the PlayStation about it, either. Would definitely recommend.”

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The Xbox Series X is a 4K-capable, digital-only console that makes swapping from one game to another a breeze. With its Dolby Vision HDR compatibility, you’ll experience the beauty of video games in a way you never have before.

“After playing on my Xbox Series S for a month now, I can say I am happy with this little beast console! This console can play new Xbox One and old Xbox 360 games if it’s backwards compatible. The fast load times are amazing on current Xbox games and the increase frame rates are also very much welcomed,” one customer said. “I downloaded a lot of past games just to try out how it stacks against my old Xbox One X — there just no comparison to how stable it is. Plus, most games are getting a X/S upgrade to take advantage of the new hardware.”

For the same price as a Switch by itself, you can snag one of the bestselling games and three months of the online membership for just $299. That’s a $375 value at most times.

  • Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse

    $25$50Save $25

  • ‘Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin’ — PlayStation 5

    $29$60Save $31

  • Square Enix ‘Valkyrie Elysium’ — PlayStation 5

    $39$60Save $21

  • Origins 60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    $60$100Save $40

  • HyperX Cloud Core Wireless Gaming Headset for PC

    $50$100Save $50

  • VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset

    $77$110Save $33

Your Cyber Week Shopping Guide

See all of our coverage. Shop the top and on Iheart Life. Engadget’s tech experts curated the best deals on highly-rated electronics for and . Learn about on In the Know, and our car experts at Autoblog are covering must-shop and auto deals.

When is Black Friday?

Black Friday is on Friday, November 25. It’s the day after Thanksgiving and is historically a great time to get next-level deals on a range of must-have items.

Does Black Friday have deals on everything?

Not everything is on sale for Black Friday, but a lot is. You’ll see impressive discounts on items such as air fryers, TVs, vacuums, furniture, sneakers, clothes, electric toothbrushes, makeup and so much more. If there’s an item you’ve been waiting to go on sale, it’s most likely to be marked down during Black Friday season.

Does every store have sales?

Not every store has sales for Black Friday, but many do. That includes major retailers like , , , , , , and more.

Will inflation impact Black Friday this year?

consumers spent nearly $9 billion on Black Friday, just slightly less than the year prior — proving that the economic volatility triggered by the pandemic most likely impacted spending habits. Experts say it’s unclear how inflation will affect Black Friday behavior this year, but they have their theories.

“According to our survey, 70% of shoppers are taking inflation into consideration this year,” confirms McGrath. That means people are not necessarily waiting for Black Friday itself to maximize savings, and instead “beginning their holiday shopping earlier than ever in an effort to spread out cash flow,” adds Gall.

To meet this demand, major retailers are already launching big ‘pre-sale’ events leading up to Black Friday. “Spreading out their shopping will help to prevent [consumers’] budgets from taking a hit all at once,” notes Ramhold. One possible caveat? “If starting prices are higher, then that means [potentially] higher deal prices when all is said and done.”

Are supply chain delays and excess inventory still a thing this year?

“Any supply chain issues we’re seeing this year aren’t at the same level as those in 2021, but that doesn’t mean they’re totally gone,” says Ramhold of the pandemic-related shortages and delivery delays we experienced last year. So, barring any worst-case scenarios, we should be fine in that regard,

“Retailers have had a year to plan to avoid the massive delivery delays we saw last year, so shopping Black Friday should leave plenty of time for stuff to arrive before the holidays,” notes McGrath. “But that’s assuming no big surprises or snags. Retailers are still overstocked with pandemic-popular items, like small home goods, countertop appliances and casual clothing. So expect good deals in those categories.”

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Originally published November 25, 2022, 3:06 AM

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