Black Friday 2010: Apple’s one-day shopping event preview

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Black Friday 2010 Apple Store

We’ve been talking for a while now about the numerous Black Friday sales going on around town, so it’s now it’s time to focus on Apple. Like the last year, the company is holding a one-day only sale online and at their retail stores, and if you’re in the market for a new computer or iDevice, it’s a pretty good place to start.

The best deals are on their computer systems, where you can save $101 on iMacs, the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. This brings the cost on the low end models of each to just above $1,000.

Of course, if you’re like me, my entire family combined doesn’t get that kind of budget, so let’s look at the iDevices. There, modest savings bring the iPod nano down to $138, the iPad to $458 and the iPod touch to $208.

Apple is discounting plenty of their accessories, as well. You can save $5 on the Apple iPad Case, iPad Camera Connection Kit, Apple iPad Dock, and more. The 1TB Time Capsule is $21 off, while the 2TB model is $51 off. Keyboards, the Magic Mouse and the Magic Trackpad are also marked down by $5 to $11.

The item in which I’m most interested, Apple TV, isn’t include in the preview, but we’ll check back on Black Friday to see savings can be found.

Now, if these deals aren’t good enough for you, check out the numerous other Apple product Black Friday specials at various retailers in your area. There are some great savings or bonuses for iDevices. If you’re in the market for a computer, I highly suggest perusing the Micro Center Black Friday deals. When it comes to Apple hardware, they may actually have a better selection than Apple, and they’re certainly offering better savings.

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