Black Friday 2011: Staples Black Friday Ad Reveals Discounts on Laptops, Nooks and Tablets

Staples' Black Friday 2011 offers have leaked on the Internet and reveal the list of goods that will be available at slashed prices in stores the day after Thanksgiving.

The sale starts at 6 a.m. on Nov. 25, and will last until noon.

For those hunting for a new laptop, there will be a 2GB RAM HP machine with Intel Celeron B800 Processor for $299.99 and one with 4GB of RAM on sale for $399.99, as well as a 4GB RAM laptop with an Intel Core i5-2430M processor for $499.99.

Lucky shoppers can purchase a 32-inch, wide-screen LED TV by LG for $299.99.

Among other highlights are a $79 Amazon Kindle, a $99 Kindle Touch and a $199 Kindle Fire. There is also a $149 Kindle Touch 3G, a $199 Nook, the e-reader produced by Barnes and Noble, and a $199 BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, a relatively new RIM device packed with a "blazingly" fast 1 GHz dual core processor, a high resolution 7-inch multi-touch display and up to 10 hours of battery life. The 10.1-inch Acer ICONIA TAB tablet with a high-resolution, multi-touch screen and ultra-sensitive gyro meter will be available for $299.

 A number of 23-inch wide-screen Acer LVD monitors will cost only $99.99.

The scan of the advertisement was posted online by a website specializing in Black Friday listings. It features products ranging from personal electronics and office gear to furniture.

Staples's website has not posted a list of items that will be offered as discounted on Black Friday as yet.

A number of retailers are offering sales on Thanksgiving Day in-store and online this year, as CP has been reporting. Among the crucial ones are Toys "R" Us, which will open at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving, Sears, will be open from 7 a.m. to noon on Friday, and Walmart, which will make Thanksgiving Day shopping worth consumers' while with an offer of smartphones by BlackBerry, HTC, Samsung, LG or Motorola with a $100 dollar gift card., which is rumored to offer 150 deals, will also match the prices on any ad brought into the store on Thanksgiving day.