+ Tuesday December 17th, 2019

They say it takes a village to raise a child and we’re included to agree — how else do you get time to watch the Mandalorian in peace? In the spirit of community, we thought it would be great to provide a space for all of the readers to contribute to a list of great Black Friday Android and tech deals.

So please take to the comments and list the best deals you find, we’ll also keep a running list of the deals we cover and make this your one-stop-shop for all things Black Friday.

Google’s Black Friday deals as of 20/11/2019

Aldi’s Black Friday Deals as of 22/11/2019

JB HiFi’s Black Friday Deals as of 25/11/2019

Amazon’s Black Frida deals as of 26/11/2019

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Duncan Jaffrey

Duncan has been interested in technology since coding "Mary had a little Lamb" in Basic on his ZX Spectrum. A fan of all things Android, most days you'll find Duncan trawling the web for Android news or quietly editing away on Map Maker.

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Les
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Les

Tip: Here’s a great Black Friday deal that has come up in the last few minutes… Lenovo Smart Tab 10.1 ZA3V0030AU (Australian model) has been reduced from $499 to $399. It’s pretty well everywhere (JB-HiFi, Bing Lee etc). This is a new model only announced in September. Released late October. Surprising to see it discounted so soon. Has ambient mode like a Google Home. Earlier today it was $499.

Les
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Les

There’s now an extra $30 off the Lenovo Smart Tab 10.1 if you order it from Bing Lee’s eBay store, and enter a code they list on the eBay store. That’s a total $130 off.

I think it’s one of the best Android tablets out there. It’s interface is almost pure Android, and its ambient mode demonstrates innovation has returned to Android tablets.

Michael Hughes
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Michael Hughes

Get the Lenovo Smart Clock with Google Assistant for $58*
*Black Friday $78 + The Good Guys
subscription email $20 off with a purchase $20 or more.

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