Black Friday this year certainly lived up to the hype. With incredible savings to be had on products as far ranging as HDTVs and iPhones, shoppers this year flooded nationwide retailers while also taking advantage of alluring deals online.
In fact, Black Friday this year set new all-time records on a number of fronts. According to Adobe, shoppers this year spent approximately $3.34 billion on any number of deals, representing a nearly 22 percent increase compared to 2015.
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If you happened to miss out on Black Friday this year, there's no reason to fret. Cyber Monday is just a few hours a way, and consumers looking for incredible deals on the latest and greatest tech gadgets have no shortage of options to choose from.
We've scoured the web for some of the more tantalizing iPad, MacBook Pro, HDTV, headphones, Apple Watch and other tech-oriented deals we could find. If you're in the market for expanding your collection of gadgets, the deals below are worth keeping on your radar:
Apple's new 15-in. MacBook Pro with Touch Bar — $2349 at B&H ($50 in savings)
Apple's 12.9-in. iPad Pro — $680 at Target (15% off)
Google Home — $99 from Google ($30 off)
Amazon Echo — $139 with Amazon Prime ($40 in savings)
Samsung 55-in. 4K HDTV — $899 at Best Buy ($300 in savings)
VIZIO 60-in. 4K HDTV with built-in Chromecast — $599 at Best Buy ($370 in savings)
Sony 65-in. 4K HDTV with High Dynamic Range — $1399 at Best Buy ($400 in savings)
Beats Powerbeats3 — $170 at Target ($20 in savings)
Beats EP Headphones — $99 at Best Buy ($30 in savings)
Samsung 50-in. 4K HDTV — $799 at Walmart ($250 in savings)
HTC VIVE Virtual Reality System — $699 from Microsoft ($100 in savings)
Straight Talk pre-paid Apple iPhone 5S — $149 at Walmart ($301 in savings)
Straight Talk pre-paid Apple iPhone 6 — $399 at Walmart ($150 in savings)
Original Apple Watch — $299 at Best Buy ($350 in savings)
Fitbit Blaze — $150 at Best Buy ($50 in savings)