Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
Cyber Monday Deals on tablet computers such as the Kindle Fire HD, iPad 4, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia and Asus are some of the most anticipated deals among tablet computer shoppers this 2012 holiday season. Even though expert market analysts suggested that there will be no deals on the latest models such as the iPad 4 and Kindle Fire HD, they were proven wrong on Black Friday, November 22nd 2012, as there were many deals on these two items. The big question is, "Are there going to be any online Cyber Monday Deals on the Kindle Fire, iPad, or any other tablet?" The answer is “YES, Cyber Monday Deals on tablet computers have been announced” and some DISCOUNTS are well over $100 on certain tablet computer models.
Rumors are that the Kindle Fire tablet will be deeply discounted today, Cyber Monday, November 26th, 2012.
In addition to the above list of Cyber Monday Tablet Computer Deals, they also provide resources for consumers to check for latest Cyber Monday 2012 deals themselves. 3 Forgotten Places to check for Cyber Monday Kindle Fire Deals lists three webpages a lot of consumers forget to check when they're searching for Cyber Monday Kindle Fire deals. This special page can be accessed on http://TabletXray.com/3-Forgotten-Places-to-Check-for-Kindle-Fire-Deals/
Preliminary data show that more consumers skipped Black Friday and waited for Cyber Monday to do the bulk of their 2012 holiday shopping. Being aware of this trend, reports also suggest that online retail giants may have held back the best holiday deals for Cyber Monday 2012. However, unlike with Black Friday deals where the deals are ‘leaked’ well ahead of the big event, Cyber Monday deals are not necessarily announced ahead of time making it difficult for shoppers to properly strategize their shopping plan. This is where certain third party websites such as http://TabletXray.com/ come in handy where they have already collected the information on the most current Cyber Monday 2012 Deals and republished the information on a single page for consumers’ convenience.
The Black Friday Kindle Fire HD deals were mainly in-store deals. For example, BestBuy offered a $30 gift card when a Kindle Fire HD was purchased. Meijer also had the same Kindle Fire HD Deal as BestBuy. Office Max and Office Depot offered a $25 gift card with the purchase of a Kindle Fire on Black Friday. Walmart offered a $75 gift card with the purchase of an Apple iPad 2 for $399. BestBuy offered the iPad 3 32GB model for $549 with a $75 gift card. BestBuy also sold the latest iPad 4 with Retina display for $439. Similar Black Friday tablet deals were also seen with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7” version), ASUS Google Nexus 7, Dell Latitude, ASUS TF300T Transformer Pad, BlackBerry Playbook, Coby 7 inch and 9 inch tablets, Pandigital, Polaroid, Microsoft Windows RT Surface tablet, Toshiba AT305T16, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 as well as less popular android tablets such as Double Power M-975, Visual Land Prestige 7 Capacitive Android 4.0 Tablet, BenQ, Ematic HD eGlide XL Pro and Mediasonic SmartPad over the Black Friday/Cyber Sunday weekend. These deals were advertized by various different retailers including but not limited to Amazon, Walmart, BestBuy, Dell, Sears, Target, MicroSoft etc.
Cyber Monday deals of 2012 started already on November 25th Sunday this year. Several tablets were on sale as of the beginning of Monday morning and new tablet computer deals including Kindle Fire Cyber Monday Deals are expected to be added throughout the day on Monday. All these deals can be seen on http://TabletXray.com/category/Deals-of-The-Day/ which is updated multiple times every hour as and when new deals flow in. The above page displays not only Cyber Monday Deals on the tablet computers, but also deals on tablet accessories such as Kindle Fire HD cases, Kindle Fire and iPad screen protectors, Stylus pens and apps on sale on Cyber Monday as well. In addition, readers are encouraged to read their comprehensive reviews of 7 inch and 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HD models. They also published a Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini comparison recently.