Black Friday Tech Deals 2020 Trends For The Coming Week Ahead

The Time of year has ARRIVED!

I know we all like to save money on the very expensive electronics out there. There are so many deals over the inter-webs.  For those who are having a hard time looking for DIY Projects, Gifts for loved ones, or just looking for something inexpensive a month before the Christmas Holidays there are plenty of online retailers were you can go shop for deals.

  1. Newegg

    For those of you who don’t know, I love shopping at Newegg. Often for my electronic components. Sometimes for others, like  a computer build I’m setting up for a friend in the near future. Newegg has tons of deals all the time.  Regardless if you’re a novice user or computer expert with an intense amount knowledge of components and what goes where.  I strongly recommend Newegg for your shopping needs.
    Black Friday Price Protection
    What makes this even more special is the newest Black Friday Price Protection. It’s going on right now for purchases through December 24, 2020.  What this means is that even if you don’t like an item you buy and miss out on the normal 30-day return window, there’s great news!  According to Newegg CEO, Anthony Chow he wrote: Extended Return Window

    “Our low-price guarantee is just the beginning. We’re also extending our return window to give you even greater flexibility. All eligible purchases made between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24, 2020 can be returned until Jan. 31, 2021″.

    For computer builders who, for example, purchase an incorrect part (it happens) I recommend taking  advantage of this liberal purchase protection policy now extended through into the new year.

2. DealNews

This site is tailored to deals on brand names and wide-ranging consumer goods specials. DealNews makes it easy for anyone to find great offers on home goods, furniture and many small accessories.  The biggest deals right now are home appliances and winter wear for this season. So many deals and more being added all the time.

If you are looking into ultra-lite notebooks, I recommend reading through here.  Forbes outlines the  Black Friday deals on Smart-TV’s and Laptops, definitely a must-see for serious buyers.

Apples Innovative Magic Is Now Lost

October 13, 2020 Apple Event,

I have stated it before and I’ll say it again.  Apple knows how to make great products but only know how to copy old products from the past.  Which makes Apple very un-innovative of today.  A two-trillion dollar company that was the once the forward thinking of the past that did great products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad during the 2000’s since Steve Job’s return to Apple back in 1997 through time in Apple all the way through his death in Oct 2011.

The lackluster event comes to show the laziness aspects of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro which only features on Verizon’s network for the meantime.  Not available through ATT nor T-Mobile. (As of yet)

Apple’s HomePod released on Oct 13th Presentation

First on Apples Presentation was its Home-Pod, which its Apple’s second attempt to market it out for the home users, feature to let users send messages between Home-Pods around the home.

Which is very similar to Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Home Mini.  Now in this second attempt of releasing the second generation Home-Pod, In hopes that it’ll succeeded and people will jump on this release for the home consumers, when in fact it is already behind between both  Google and Amazon’s home assistant devices.

I expect more coming out from a legendary company way more,  I expect they should had made a turn around over this years WWDC, presentation and special effects  which I give the Apple Team credit the virtual was different not in anyway special.

As someone that have grown up watching Steve Jobs in live WWDC around the mid-2000’s I definitely miss in person presentation around the Jobs era.  Which this years is not what it use to be.