We've been busy posting some of the tech-heavy Black Friday 2011 sales that we're finding, and now we've arrived at Target. Doors at Target will open at midnight, where you can grab an $85 Kindle Keyboard 3G, and a $298 46-inch Westinghouse 1080p television. We've got the full list after the break, and it's definitely worth taking a look.
We've got your latest list of items that fall under the best tech Deals of the Day for you, separated out into laptops, desktops, monitors, gaming, and home entertainment. The laptop deals are right here, but be sure to click through to get a look at all the rest of what we determined to be today's top 10 deals in tech, including that PlayStation 3 Slim with PlayStation Move bundle up there!
- 15.6" Lenovo IdeaPad Z570 (102433U) Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz Dual-core Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD for $549 with free shipping (normally $699 - use coupon code WDEALZ570)
- 15.6" Dell XPS 15z Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz Dual-core Ultra-thin Laptop w/8GB RAM, 750GB HDD, 2-year warranty, MS Office 2010 Home & Student, 1GB GeForce GT525M for $1,099.99 with free shipping (normally $1,299)
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Target is gearing up for Black Friday 2010 with a bunch of deals on consumer electronics featured on the front page of their ad. If you're looking for a cheap HDTV, you can get a 40-inch Westinghouse 1080p unit from them for just $298. Nothing wrong with throwing that in the spare room, right? The sale kicks off on Friday at 4:00 am, and the deals are available online as well. You know, no lines. Here's the full ad.
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Westinghouse is working on a gamer’s dream - a passively 3D LCD television. By aiming pixels in different directions, the television creates the illusion of depth thanks to the varying overlap points. This feat is accomplished using only one screen! The downside? Because the pixels are aimed in different directions, the television isn’t capable of switching between 2D and 3D.
The ideal viewing spot for the television is about 1.5 meters - from further away the picture resembles that of a regular 2D television and from closer the images can be a little harder to view.
The passive 3D technology has been in development for about a year. The display has been in development for about six months, and the whole shebang was perfected about three months ago. Westinghouse predicts that their passive 3D display will become available first to the commercial market.
Have a small business? Got signs and televisions in your retail space? Westinghouse wants to give you the best of both worlds with their DSB - Digital Signage in a Box. The Linux-based system integrates digital signage with television, allowing small business owners to promote and entertain at the same time.
The 1080p display is optimized to show signage that is fully customizable using only a keyboard and mouse plugged into the unit - no computer required. The ads can be programmed on a timeline of the user’s choosing and can be placed anywhere on the screen to optimize their impact.
Westinghouse will be releasing the DSB in the second quarter of this year, at a price point that is yet to be determined.