Black Friday isn't just all about elbowing your way to the best deals. You've got to be smart, too.
We've compiled a list of some of Black Friday's best tech deals. (Video via KNXV)
Electronics are always some of the most sought after (and most discounted) products during the shopping frenzy.
This year, Wal-Mart is offering a massive 70-inch Vizio 1080p HDTV for $898. That's a huge discount and a huge TV to carry out of the store.
If shopping online is more your thing, you can get your hands on a Samsung 55-inch SUHD 4K Smart TV for under $1,000 on the Samsung website, Amazon and from other online retailers.
But what good is a massive TV without a gaming system or two to go with it? For $299, customers can pick up the "Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection" Playstation 4 bundle at Target, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us and other retailers. (Video via Sony Computer Entertainment America)
For Xbox One fans, a 500 GB console can be had for $331, about $70 off its usual price. If you're looking to bundle it with games, packages include "Gears of War," "Tomb Raider" or Fallout 4" for prices between $349 to $399. (Video via Microsoft)
Let's not forget about those smaller electronics, though.
Handheld devices like the iPad mini 2 and Kindle e-readers are available for big discounts. Amazon is offering a 6-inch Kindle for just $50, and you can nab an iPad mini 2 from Wal-Mart for about $200.
Target will practically pay you to buy an Apple Watch — sort of. Purchase an Apple Watch there and get a $100 gift card. Buy one at Best Buy and get a $100 discount. Pick your poision.
Last, but certainly not least, are Internet-TV streaming devices. They're growing in popularity, and this year is no different.
Older versions of Google Chromecast can be purchased at Wal-Mart for $20. The second-generation version can be purchased at hhgregg for nearly $30, and newer versions can be found at several stores for $50, a $20 discount. (Video via Google)
Amazon Fire TV Sticks and Roku SE devices will be available for $25. (Video via Roku)
So now when you're positioning yourself at in front of these Black Friday stampedes, you won't have to waste time browsing for the cheapest stuff. Hesitate, and these deals might be gone. (Video via WCPO)
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