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Cyber Monday's top tech deals

9:01 AM, Nov 26, 2012   |    comments
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Retailers are offering big price cuts on tech gadgets for a limited time on Cyber Monday. Here are a few of the tech deals that caught our eye:

1) Kindle Fire

Amazon's Kindle Fire is available for $129 today only, down from $159. Enter FIREDEAL at checkout, limit one per customer.

2) GameStop video games

GameStop is offering up to 75 percent off select games for consoles such as Wii U and Xbox 360. The store is also offering big deals on Xbox's Limited Edition Kinect Star Wars Bundle and the Xbox 360 Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures.

3) Dell computers

Dell's Small Business division has sales of up to 48% off select desktop computers and laptops today only.

4) Camera deals

Canon is offering up to 20% on a wide range of lenses, including the standard lens, the ultra-wide zoom lenses and the telephoto zoom lens. Canon is also offering its Powershot SX260 HS for $199 at Amazon, compared with $250 at other retailers. The camera has a 20x zoom lens on a small body, a great buy for anyone who wants to take high-quality pictures on the go.

For more advanced camera users, check out Amazon's deal for the Fujifilm X-Pro1. The camera is available with your lens of choice and a 52mm Fuji filter for $1,698, down from $2,052.

For more Cyber Monday camera deals, check out USA TODAY's sister site Reviewed.com.

5) Walmart iPod Touch deal

The store is offering a package deal of one 4th generation 16GB iPod Touch and one accessory kit (including a car charger, cleaning cloth and audio splitter cable) for $179.

In techland, even venture capital firms are getting in on the Cyber Monday act, reports The Next Web.

First Round Capital has created a Cyber Monday Gifts Site rounding up deals at startup ecommerce sites like Threadflip (20 percent off at the social shopping site), Birchbox (15% off one item at the beauty/lifestyle product site) and One Kings Lane (home decor; $15 off coupon for new customers; sign-up required). Nearly two dozen companies are listed in all.

It's estimated that this year's Cyber Monday will be the biggest online shopping day of the year for the third year in a row, says the Associated Press. According to research firm comScore, Americans are expected to spend $1.5 billion, up 20 percent from last year on Cyber Monday.

If you are tracking deals through the day, consumer tech blog The Wirecutter has a good rolling list of deals based on recommendations from its staff.

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