Some of Staples Black Friday ads get leaked

Sections: Computers, Desktops, Digital Cameras, Displays/Projectors, Gadgets / Other, GPS/Navigation, Imaging, Peripherals, Storage

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Staples LogoAs we get closer and closer to Black Friday, we find more and more deals being leaked by stores. In addition to Dell ads, which were leaked earlier today, we have a few Staples ads that show what they have planned for us. There are only about 6 items listed, so I think this is just a sampling of what they have to offer.

First, we begin with their computer-related deals as we have an eMachine 19″ Flat Panel LCD Monitor, which is set to be on sale for $99.99. Also, we have the SanDisk 8GB Cruzer Contour USB Flash Drive, which also comes with ReadyBoost as a main feature. ReadyBoost makes your Windows Vista machine perform faster as the computer uses the flash drive’s memory to expand its RAM. The Cruzer Contour is normally on sale for $59.99, but on Black Friday, it will be available for only $12.99.

Moving onto digital cameras now, unfortunately, we only have one for this category. The Olympus FE-350 Wide Digital Camera in black is set to be available by Staples. It is an 8 MP camera, comes with 4X optical and 4X digital zoom, Digital Image Stabilization, Face Detection technology, 3 inch LCD screen, and the ability to preview whatever effects you decide to make on a photo before actually taking it. In addition, it comes with video recording in AVI, Program Auto Mode (experienced photographers can toggle with white balance and ISO settings for a picture they want), and red-eye reduction. Normally, the FE-350 retails for $249.99, but for Black Friday it will be on sale for $99.99.

Lastly, we have a generic Electronics category with 2 items up for sale. First, let’s talk about the Omnitech 7 inch Digital Picture Frame. The built-in memory has the capacity to store up to 2,000 pictures, supports SD, MS, and MMC memory expansion cards as well as USB devices, supports .JPEG images, automatic slide show feature, and has support of both Mac and PC. This product usually sells for $139.99, but on Black Friday, it will be available for $39.99. Then, we have a TomTom GPS. For some odd reason, it doesn’t give a model number or a specification list. Although, we do know that it will retail for $99.99 on Black Friday.

It looks like we have some great deals here. Stay tuned to Gadgetell for continuing Black Friday 2008 coverage.

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  • Jodie Andrefski

    Anyone happen to have used that SanDisk flashdrive? I like the idea of that ReadyBoost, since my laptop often lags with this lovely Vista.