Early Black Friday Sales at Target and Walmart: Laptops and TVs for Under $200

Get Black Friday deals on 11-11-11

Millions of shoppers around the country will be clamoring to be one of the first to get their hands on amazing Black Friday deals next week. But big stores around the country, like Target and Walmart, are already getting in on the Black Friday action with excellent deals on laptops and TVs for under $200. Here are some of the "early" Black Friday deals available now.

Target has announced today that it will be selling an Acer notebook for only $197 – which is about 30 percent off the regular price of $299.

The Acer notebook has an 11.6-inch LED screen, a 320 GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium. This is an excellent value for somebody looking for a backup to their laptop or simply something a little lighter and easy to lug around.

Target is also letting customers get their hands on a 32-inch Westinghouse LCD HDTV for only $197. That is nearly $100 off the regular price and a steal for aybody looking to upgrade their home theatre system in a budget-friendly way.

These sales only last until Nov. 12, so it might be a good idea to start your Black Friday shopping two weeks early on 11-11-11.

Walmart is also looking to give customers an early start on Black Friday deals, with excellent "early" Black Friday deals for under $200. In the netbook department, Walmart has an HP Netbook PC with Intel Atom N270 Processor and Windows XP Home Edition for only $199, refurbished.

This netbook has a 10-inch screen and 1GB of memory, which is good for web-surfing, email and watching videos online.

Walmart is not yet offering any 32-inch TVs for under $200, but the retailer does have several smaller units for that price. The biggest TV for under $200 right now at Walmart is the 26-inch Viore LCD HDTV, which includes a VGA port so you can hook up your computer to your TV.

It is a great way to watch Netflix and other online video streaming services. Also, the slightly smaller screen might be good for people looking to save a little space, such as students in college dorms.

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