This year's top tech deals include solid discounts on TVs, Samsung Galaxy phones, gaming monitors, SSDs, and PC parts.
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Missed Black Friday's discounts? Not to worry—many deals on electronic gear have stuck around.
Not only has Amazon extended some of its best Black Friday discounts for yet one more day, but it's thrown in a handful of new gems into the mix, too.
Our comprehensive list of the juiciest Black Friday tech bargains will make your shopping simple, easy, and cheap.
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