Cyber week deals on tablet computers are some of the most anticipated deals among tablet shoppers this 2013 holiday season. As soon as Black Friday was over, iPad and Kindle Fire HD Cyber Monday deals were announced by many online retailers. However, not all of them can be recommended because of certain technical defects certain generations of tablets came with.
The TOP 5 Recommended Cyber Monday Tablet Deals reveals the best iPad Mini, iPad Air with Retina Display, and Amazon Kindle Fire HD deals for this Monday. Some of them include discounts up to $100 or Free gift cards up to the value of $100.
http://TabletXRay.com/Holiday-Deals/ points out that a certain cyber week tablet deal should be avoided because that particular generation is known to have problems related to over-heating, slow charging of the battery, weak Wi-Fi reception etc. However, the good news is that there are plenty of Cyber week sales on the most popular, problem-free models from Apple, Amazon, Samsung as well as certain other less well-known brand names.
Contrary to the predictions of expert analysts that suggested only the older models will go on sale this Black Friday and Cyber Week, the newest tablets from Apple, Amazon and Samsung were seen on sale. For example, the 5th generation iPad Air was on sale at Target for $479 (that is $20 less than its list price) together with a $100 gift card. That’s like paying only $379 for the Apple iPad Air; a total of $120 in savings. Similarly, the Kindle Fire HDX was sold with a $25 gift card by Staples and Office Depot. Friday November 29th saw steep discounts on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and Note tablets as well. Savings of over $100 were seen. These same deals and more are available this week starting on December 2nd. Most of the sales will be limited to Monday while the rest of the week is also bound to see plenty of discounts.
Many tablet computers on Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Staples and Office Depot were on sale throughout the Black Friday weekend. However, some of the deals went out of stock soon as consumers continued shopping through the weekend. Some consumers were disappointed because there wasn’t a Kindle Fire deal on Black Friday from Amazon. However, many experts have predicted a 2013 Cyber Monday Kindle Fire HD deal from Amazon because in 2012 too they slashed the price of the Kindle Fire tablet by $30.
In addition to the holiday deals, they have also published detailed reviews on the 7” and 8.9” Kindle Fire HDX generation of tablets as well as a Kindle Fire vs iPad comparison that are recommended reading material for anybody considering purchasing a tablet computer this 2013 holiday season.
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