The 25+ best Black Friday tech deals on the web — Apple, Beats, Samsung, more!

Surprise! Black Friday has started early and a ton of tech deals are live right now. Walmart and Amazon both launched major news deals today, so take a minute between turkey and pie to snap up some steals before they disappear. And now’s the time: Major retailers are likely offering the lowest prices of 2022 on for Black Friday. If you’ve been holding off on a TV purchase, now’s the moment to take the plunge: Save nearly 50% on a. Need gifts? is $100 off. Remember, lots of shoppers will be competing for the best deals, so scroll and click pronto!

Early Black Friday TV deals

$350$530Save $180

If you’re looking for accurate color, the stellar Quantum Dot technology powering this Hisense TV will give it to you. Paired with the 4K ULED resolution, the picture is brighter and more vibrant than the competition. Don’t miss this sale!

“Games look great: So far I’ve played Warzone, Skyrim and A plague tale. Movies are great too,” . “I went with this purchase based mostly off the incredibly in-depth reviews…and the science that apparently lends itself really well to being highly burn-in resistant. Looking forward to many years of quality service…”

$470$600Save $130

This 58-inch beast on mega sale for Black Friday has an HDMI 2.1 port, which means it can display movies and games with higher refresh rates than before. Anyone looking for the smoothest picture will be happy with the HDR10 compatibility, too.

, “Love the TV. Great upgrade for my family room. Highly recommend!!!”

  • RCA 32-inch Flat Screen 720p Roku Smart LED TV 2021 Model

    $167$200Save $33

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

    $377$427Save $50

  • Amazon Fire TV 75″ Omni Series 4K UHD smart TV

    $750$1,050Save $300

  • Samsung The Frame 50-Inch Class QLED 4K Smart TV

    $898$1,298Save $400

Early Black Friday headphone and earbud deals

Black Friday’s your chance to step up your audio game big-time — we’re seeing some of the year’s best prices right now (hello, over 50% off). Amazon is chock-full of awesome deals, but also check out Walmart and

$68$150Save $82

These wildly popular (dare we say iconic?) Sony headphones provide excellent audio quality while automatically adjusting the noise cancellation to your environment. You can go for 35 hours on a single charge, too — enough to get through the day and then some.

A happy shopper reported: “I always keep them on my desk for easy access and use. They really cancel surrounding noise so I can hear clear when I am listening to music or talking to someone.”

$123$250Save $127

Need to focus, but it’s just too darn loud? The dual noise cancellation of these Sony cans will let you slip into blissful silence, away from the sound of coworkers, children or anything else that threatens your peace.

“These headphones are great! I love that they’re Bluetooth, and you still have the option to plug them into a device with an AUX chord (which was perfect for my long flights this summer),” . “The noise cancellation is great, and the sound quality is amazing. I really love that they fit comfortably over my ears and don’t hurt my head.”

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Apple made only incremental improvements to its latest noise-cancelling earbuds, but that’s okay: They were already great. If you don’t yet own a pair, they’re worth the splurge — made much less painful with this Black Friday sale.

Big ears? Small ears? No problem. Whereas previous AirPod iterations subscribed to a one-size-fits-all approach, these state-of-the-art Pros provide a special ‘Ear Tip Fit Test’ so you can learn which size is best for you and your unique ear shape. Apple also redesigned these buds with a silicone tip for a comfy fit so they’ll feel better in your ear and won’t slip out halfway through a workout.

$80$150Save $70

Score nearly 50% off this top-notch pair! With adaptive noise cancelling, the OnePlus Buds Pro will block out unnecessary sound while still letting you hear everything around you. Thanks to 38 hours of battery life and fast-charge capabilities, they can go all day.

“Every time I put these in my ears it silences out the world in a way I have never experienced. Like every movie where someone gets hit by a concussion or a grenade and everything is faint and quiet — they sound exactly like that. I get so tired of little kids screaming at restaurants when I am just trying to eat, but now it’s like they aren’t even there. The feeling I get every time that noise suppression comes on, and don’t even get me started on the bass. Holy. It feels like I’m in person at a rap concert…,” one very .

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For the discerning audiophile on your gift list, these pro-level Bowers & Wilkins earbuds provide superior audio quality, impressive bass and up to 12 hours of continuous listening. Hear your music like never before.

“The sound quality of these are incredible for a wireless earbud. The bass is the best I’ve experienced in a wireless earbud, and the call quality is very good as well. I like that you can use either the left or the right individually (not just the right like many buds). The noise cancellation is really nice and the ambient pass through is nice,” .

  • Honeywell Bluetooth 5.0 Electronic Earbuds

    $65$99Save $35

  • Howard Leight Impact Sport Electronic Shooting Earbuds

    $68$97Save $29

  • Beats Fit Pro True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds

    $160$200Save $40

Early Black Friday laptop and tablet deals

Prime Day is something of a dress rehearsal for Black Friday, and the laptop discounts seen there point to some truly outstanding deals right now. Julie Ramhold, consumer analyst at DealNews.com calls laptops “one of the quintessential Black Friday items.”

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A two-in-one is the answer for anyone who needs versatility. This laptop has enough power for day-to-day work, basic word processing and surfing the web, while the tablet function makes it great for viewing content.

One customer said, “It’s been a little over a month since I purchased this laptop and I’m amazed at how useful it really is to me. I move around a lot so its small size and light weight is PERFECT.”

$179$280Save $101

Fans of the Android platform will love this 10.5-inch tablet. Not only does it come with up to 128GB of memory, but its impressive battery life lets it go nearly all day on a single charge.

“I know I gave the tablet 5’s across the board, but truthfully the battery deserves a 10. I only have to charge it once or twice a week. 10.5-inch is the perfect size. I honestly have nothing bad to say about it,” .

$599$980Save $381

This laptop stands near the pinnacle of graphics cards, with the processor and display to take full advantage of the output. Your games will look better than ever, and play just as well.

“This laptop’s specs are great! Don’t worry about the 8gb RAM — you can easily upgrade that yourself for quite cheap and the RTX 3050 It comes with will play just about any game out there! I’ve played R6S, Skyrim, Arma 3, and GTA V RP with no problem at all!” , who called it the “best bang for your buck.”

  • MSI GV15 15.6″ 144Hz Gaming Laptop

    $499$750Save $251

  • ASUS TUF Gaming F15 Gaming Laptop, 15.6″

    $590$650Save $60

  • Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet, 10.1″

    $75$150Save $75

  • SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A8 Android Tablet

    $180$280Save $100

  • 2021 Apple 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) – Space Gray

    $270$329Save $59

Early Black Friday smart home deals

Amazon is moving forward even more aggressively than usual in the smart home space with dozens of deals on , Ring and devices, and other companies are joining in the fun.

$35$135Save $100

Score a smart display and an easy way to control your home from your car, all in one package. You can set timers, check your calendar and much more. It’s also an easy way to bring some modern-day smarts to your ride.

“The Echo Show is a great product for using in the kitchen or really any room in the house or office. You can set it up to have your pictures scroll across the screen like a digital photo frame. It connects to the Ring doorbell so you can see who is at your door before going to the door or taking out your phone. It’s great for setting timers or finding recipes…” .

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Think of this like a starter kit for home security. With this Black Friday deal, you’ll get a video doorbell and a single outdoor camera for a steal — it’s an easy way to beef up security around your home and keep an eye out for porch pirates.

“I am happy with the Blink system I received as a gift. The doorbell camera has a view of activity on the porch as well as a portion of the driveway. I have the additional outdoor camera that will be installed to give a full view of the driveway. The installation and setup was easy for my son-in-law. It took him about 30-45 minutes to install it and help me get it up and running,” .

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Not only with this clean machine mop and vacuum your house, but it will also empty itself out when it gets full. Smart mapping functionality makes it easy to tell it to clean specific areas, too. It’s a bit like a robot maid that mops!

“I really like my new housekeeper. I like being able to walk around barefoot without crumbs sticking to my foot,” . “My husband makes cookies and he always seems to leave crumbs behind every time. I set it on auto and it starts every other day, all by itself while I’m having my coffee. I also set it for other areas of the house at convenient times.”

  • Kasa Smart Video Doorbell Camera Hardwired w/ Chime

    $42$60Save $18

  • Kwikset SmartCode Contemporary Single Cylinder Touchpad Electronic Deadbolt

    $81$125Save $44

  • Arlo Essential Spotlight Camera – 2 Pack

    $160$260Save $100

Early Black Friday gaming deals

Right now is a fantastic time to stock up on video games, especially since there are few notable titles releasing between now and February. It’s also a great opportunity to get your hands on a new game console — the sales are impressive (Best Buy has).

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It’s like Super Smash Bros, but with Legos. Players can build their own minifigures and duke it out in multiple different game modes across a variety of levels.

According to , “Smash Bros clones are hit or miss. I still enjoy an imitation from time to time. However, this is something in its own right. It focuses on simplistic but chaotic fun. Great for kids! Good for adults! I plan to spend some time with this title! Love the abundance of unlockables. Love Lego games!”

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This mouse fits beautifully in your palm, so it helps you play all day long with no wrist pain. The intelligent sensor makes it easier to line up the perfect shot. And the included charging stand means you’ll never run out of power.

“The mouse has been perfect for me — the size, shape, feel, texture, everything is perfect about this mouse. To own it for two years and still feel the way it feels under my hand is amazing. The added customization and simple LED is nice and allows you to switch what each button does, as well as change the color. I disabled the right side buttons since I use the mouse on my right hand,” .

$250$300Save $50

The Xbox Series S can output up to 4K resolution, and its all-digital nature means gamers don’t have to fumble with physical discs. It’s lightning fast, and Xbox Game Pass brings more than 200 games for a low monthly cost.

“f you are looking for next gen gaming on a budget, look no further! Whisper quiet operation, 1080p up to 4k 60FPS, and easy operation. I have had no issues with this console in my first few weeks of use. Do not mistake this console as a second rate experience. This small console is a monster of a gaming experience!” said one gamer.

  • Bandai Namco Entertainment Digimon Survive – Xbox One

    $35$60Save $25

  • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R – Nintendo Switch

    $35$50Save $15

  • Corsair HS80 RGB USB Premium Gaming Headset

    $70$100Save $30

  • ASTRO Gaming A40 TR X-Edition Headset

    $100$150Save $50

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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,

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Originally published November 24, 2022, 10:00 AM

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