Microsoft's Surface RT has not been the most successful of tablets since its release late last year, and although a myriad of factors have contributed to its shortcoming in the market, the fact is that tens of thousands of units remain unsold. As such, Microsoft has already dropped the price on a couple of occasions to try and boost sales, but with today being Black Friday and all, Micro Center has come through with an exceptional deal offering both the Surface RT and a Touch Cover for just $179.
Black Friday deals are upon us as you read this, and it’s the ideal time of the year to get a bargain on your coveted products. While almost everything gets a discount this Friday (and for a few days to come), it’s quite a fact that Apple’s offerings are some of the most sought after ones. Now, the good thing is that the fruit company, in keeping up with the Thanksgiving tradition, puts their products out on discount almost every year, but at the same time, they don’t do it much for newer products (especially the new iPhones). Still, there are deals that you’ll be happy to score, and we’re listing down some of the best ones in town.
Black Friday is the time of year that a lot of people wait for, and for good measure. It’s probably the best time to buy any product that you’ve been craving for, especially gadgets and related assortments. Traditionally, hardware isn’t the only component that sees price slashes; a lot of apps, games, widgets and whatnot goes through price cuts as well, and gives buyers a wonderful opportunity to enhance their arsenal with coveted titles.
Black Friday isn't just a day for getting in line outside your nearest big box retailer in the hope that you'll be able to snag that big screen TV or the last remaining Furby. These days the fun happens just as much online as it does on the high street, and that goes for digital stores as well. Sales are currently kicking off all over the internet, and Apple's iOS App Store is no different.
It's that time of year again folks where everyone sits down to eat as much turkey and pie as they can without passing out. It's also the time of year when everyone risks life and limb to get the very best deals they can. That's right, Black Friday 2013 is almost upon us, and the online sales have already begun.
Black Friday is quickly approaching, and with so many tech deals already announced by numerous retail outlets, consumers are going to have a real struggle deciding which are worthy of their hard-earned dollars. Microsoft has thrown up its own little headache in the Black Friday dilemma by announcing a series of Xbox 360 Game Store price-cuts. Yes, that is Xbox 360, as opposed to the just-released Xbox One. What, you weren't hoping Microsoft would begin dropping prices this early on in the day, were you?