Liliputing’s Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday 2022 Mobile Tech Deals


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Black Friday is on November 25th this year and Cyber ​​Monday is November 28th. However, some retailers have been running special offers throughout the month and many of the best deals are already live.

So here are some of the best mobile tech deals I’ve rounded up so far for items like laptops, tablets, smartphones, headphones, and other gadgets… as well as a few deals on streaming services, PC game downloads, and other software and services.

This list will be updated throughout the week.

Laptops (Windows)

Once upon a time there was the idea of ​​a $100 laptop tantalizingly out of reach. It’s not uncommon to find budget laptops in this price range these days.

Walmart and Best Buy are both selling Windows 11 notebooks for $100 or less on Black Friday. Is that you best Laptops can money buy? Certainly not. But for light web surfing, word processing, or other basic tasks, they might be good enough to give to a child, use around the house, or pack in your bag the next time you want to go on vacation without worrying having to worry about taking valuables with you .

In the meantime, if you’re looking for something a little nicer, Dell’s current-gen XPS 13 laptops are on sale this week, as are several Microsoft Surface Laptop 5 configurations. And the HP Pavilion Aero 13 and Pavilion Plus 14 are both pretty solid offerings.

HP Pavilion Plus


While entry-level Windows laptops are getting cheaper and cheaper, Chromebooks have dominated this space for the past few years. I would probably recommend versus Pick up any model with an AMD A4-9120C processor, but the Lenovo IdeaPad 3 with a MediaTek chip is a pretty solid deal.

Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14″ Chromebook

Windows tablets

Good Windows tablets these days are typically designed like thin-and-light laptops with detachable keyboards, and they don’t usually come cheap. So it’s nice to see retailers offering discounts on these usually high-priced systems.

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1

Amazon tablets

I don’t know why anyone would pay full price for an Amazon Fire tablet considering how often they are on sale. But the best The year’s prizes are normally reserved for Black Friday, Cyber ​​​​​​Monday and Amazon Prime Day(s) sales. So now is a good time to get one.

Some of the best deals this year are the Amazon Fire HD 8 for $45 and the Fire HD 10 for $75. Both are currently available at half price.

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021)

To plan Hack your Amazon tablet through Installing the Google Play Store? Then you might be better off with the 10-inch model, as it ships with the older Fire OS 7. Models releasing in 2022 will ship with Fire OS 8, which so far has proven to be a harder nut to crack. While the third party fire toolbox does supports Fire OS 8it does Not allow you to install the Play Store on the 2022 Fire 7 or Fire HD 8 tablets.

Other tablets

Don’t want to have to hack your table to run the Google Play Store? Walmart, Lenovo and Samsung have several budget models that cost a little more than Amazon’s tablets… but if you can find a good price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, it could be one of the best options since it comes from one of the dominant ones player in the Android smartphone and tablet space and gets better support than other models on this list.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

smart phone

I have no doubt that I miss many Smartphone deals, especially since I won’t bother to summarize carrier-specific deals or trade-in discounts (although I will note that if I were willing to trade my Google Pixel 4a 5G in for a Pixel 6a or Pixel 7, Google would appear to be offering $325 cashback , which is quite tempting).

But here are some of the deals I’ve got on my radar so far. Note that all prices listed below are for carrier-unlocked phones.

Google Pixel 6a

Headphones & Earplugs

I’ve been using a pair of Google Pixel Buds A-series headphones for the past few months because they came with my wife’s phone as a free gift. And I’ve been pleasantly surprised at how good they sound, how long the battery life is, and how comfortable they are to wear for long periods of time. I prefer them over a pair of fancier noise-cancelling earbuds for most purposes that don’t require active noise-cancelling.

Google Pixel Buds A series

Bluetooth speaker

One day the UE Mini Boom Bluetooth speaker I bought in 2014 will run out of battery… and if today were that day I would seriously consider replacing it with one of the devices below. But since it still only needs to be charged every week or two, I’ll probably keep it for a few more years if I can.

JBL Flip 6


Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader is currently available for $45 off list price, even cheaper than the entry-level Kindle.

But it’s definitely worth shelling out an extra $10 to get the Kindle Paperwhite Kids Edition. You get a free case/cover, 2-year worry-free guarantee, no ads on the lock screen and a 1-year subscription to Amazon Kids+. I took advantage of this offer last year, turned off the Kids+ features and parental controls immediately and have no regrets.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids


Google’s Pixel Watch is just over a month old and already on sale for $50.

media streamer

There are all pretty great deals… but I’d suggest paying a few bucks extra for a 4K streamer even if you don’t have a 4K TV. Not only is it more future-proof, but you’ll likely notice faster performance as device manufacturers typically use more powerful chips in these models.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K


If I hadn’t bought a 3-pack eero 6 router last year, I would now seriously consider spending some money on a 2-pack eero Pro 6E router.

computer games

I don’t play enough games to justify using this offer, but Humble Choice seems like a good deal to me if it is Not with a discount on offer. Now you can get annual subscription for $30 discount.

Humble choice

Streaming & Services

I finally get to watch the latest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks. My last free trial of Paramount+ expired just prior to release.


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