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Amazon extends Cyber Monday deals for the entire week on HDTVs and Computers

This Toshiba Satellite laptop is part of's Cyber Monday Deals Week.
This Toshiba Satellite laptop is part of's Cyber Monday Deals Week.
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Given the perpetually rainy weather this week in Columbus, combined with the threat of an early snow, it's good news extended its Cyber Monday sale for the entire week.

Savvy shoppers looking for deals in electronics should have little problem finding them in many categories, including HDTVs, BluRay players, laptops, and computer accessories.'s Cyber Monday Deals Week: BluRay and HDTVs

BluRay players with internet access are a current rage, giving owners the ability to stream NetFlix, YouTube and more to their HDTV. Amazon is offering the LG BD630 Network BluRay Player for only $67.99 as part of their Cyber Monday Deals Week.

A perfect HDTV to pair up with the LG BD630 is the LG Infinia 42LV5400 on sale at for $679.99. Other BluRay players from Sony and Panasonic as well as a Panasonic HDTV make up the rest of the items priced to move this Cyber Week at Amazon.

Cyber Monday Deals Week: laptops and computer accessories

The Toshiba Satellite L755-S5349 is the featured laptop on sale at Amazon this week. Priced at $499.99, the laptop sports a 15.5-inch screen, 4GB of RAM, and 640GB hard drive. It comes with Windows 7 Premium pre-installed.

Amazon's best Cyber Monday deal in computer accessories this week is arguably the ViewSonic VX2250WM-LM 22-inch monitor with integrated stereo speakers. Its $149.99 price is nearly half off the list price.

With Columbus sporting bad weather and the I-70/71 split construction project, it's the best time to hit up and their Cyber Monday Deals Week for the most stress-free holiday shopping experience.

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