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Cyber Monday deals: Dell, Newegg, Walmart

updated 02:50 pm EST, Mon November 30, 2009

Walmart, Dell, NewEgg show CyberMonday deals

As it's Cyber Monday, which follows Black Friday, many companies continue to offer sales on their wares, with electronics included. Among them are Walmart, Dell and Newegg, with the three retailers showing off what's on sale today. Walmart is taking the sale and extending it for the entire week, calling it Cyber Week. Standout deals from the retailer's 150 sale items include a 12-megapixel digital camera with a memory card and accessory kit for $89, a 10.2-inch Acer netbook with a case and USB flash drive for $268 as well as a 22-inch Samsung LCD HDTV priced at $248.

Video game bundles from Walmart include the Nintendo DSi with a game and accessory for $189 and a Nintendo Wii console with two controllers, a game and an accessory for $249. A Sony PS3 with two games, a Blu-ray movie and a Blu-ray remote will cost $369 for the week or while supplies last.

Walmart will also offer free or 97-cent shipping on all electronics during the week as well.

Dell's deals are only valid on Monday, and include a $299 Inspiron Zino HD desktop PC, a $499 Inspiron 546 desktop with 19-inch monitor, a $449 Inspiron 15 notebook and a $549 Inspiron 17. Those not in the market for a PC can take advantage of other deals that include a 47-inch Sharp LCD HDTV for $799, a 24-inch Dell HD monitor for $184 and a The Beatles: Rockband Limited Edition Bundle for the Xbox 360 for $200. Finally, a TomTom One 130 GPS is priced at $80. Other sales are up on Dell's Cyber Monday website.

Newegg's Cyber Monday sale includes a half-price, $40 Creative vado Pocket Video Cam, a $70 Logitech MX Air cordless mouse also at 50 percent off, a Sennheiser VMX 100 Bluetooth headset at $28 compared to its original $70 price tag, and a $30 iLuv iMM153 iPod dock.

The website is also offering a 37-inch LCD HDTV for $480, or a savings of $220. A 32-inch Toshiba HDTV costs $330, a savings of $270. A 22-inch Acer monitor costs $120. A 24-inch Sceptre HDTV is sold for $200, or another 50 percent off. A $600 ASUS K611C notebook is being offered at a$100 discount.

Rounding off the Newegg highlights is Nintendo's Wii console at $200, a 37-inch Sceptre HDTV at $380 and a $50 500GB Seagate external hard drive.

by MacNN Staff



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