- Photo: Reuters/Phil McCarten
According to a recent survey released by Nielsen, the most desired electronics for the 2011 holiday season excluding Apple products include computers, e-readers, smartphones, gaming consoles and TV sets.
After a thorough review of desired consumer electronics and their retail prices throughout several nation-wide retailers such as Best-Buy Wal-Mart, Target and more, here are the Editor's picks for Black Friday's top 10 consumer electronics deals keeping in mind a general non-gender specific audience.
-Amazon Kindle 3G with Special Offers $85
Includes 3G connectivity, comes in white or graphite, and holds up to 3,500 books.
-46" LCD HDTV $298 - Westinghouse
LCD HDTV features 1080p. Original price $498
-Samsung Galaxy S II OR Motorola Photon 4G OR Droid Charge by Samsung $0.96 each - 4G Android Smartphones for with 2 year service agreement.
-15.6" HP AMD Dual-Core Laptop
Priced at $248, this HP dual-core laptop features 15.6" screen, 3GB memory, 320GB hard drive, AMD E-530 accelerated processor, webcam, 2-in-1 media card reader, and built-in WiFi.
-V-Tech Tote 'n Go Laptop
Priced at $10, this V-Tech Tote 'n Go Laptop features carrying handle and working mouse.
-George Foreman Grill
Priced at $9.99 after $10 rebate, this George Foreman grill features non-stick grill plates for a 36 sq. inch cooking surface.
-Lenovo 15.6" Laptop with AMD Dual-Core E-300 Processor
Priced at $179.99, this Lenovo laptop features AMD dual-core E-300 accelerated processor with Radeon HD 6310 graphics, 15.6" screen, 2GB DDR3 memory, and 250GB hard drive. Runs Windows 7 home premium.
-Xbox 360 250GB Console Bundle
Priced at $199.99, this Xbox 360 bundle includes 250GB console, wireless controller, wired headset, Fable III game, Halo: Reach game, and 3-month Xbox LIVE Gold Membership card.
-Kids Digital Camera and Camcorders $19.99
-Samsung Infuse 4G, HTC Inspire 4G, LG Thrill 4G, Motorola Atrix 2 $0.00(Free!) - 4G Android Smartphones for with 2 year service agreement.
(Note: Listed Prices may or may not be available until Black Friday, Nov. 25, 2011)