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Researching Your Black Friday.

                Once you know what to look for in a laptop, it's time to figure out what you can expect for the money your willing to spend. The best way to do this is to review laptop deals for the past several weeks. By finding the laptops with the most advanced technology for the cheapest price within you can quickly learn what prices you can expect for a particular configuration.

                Often, Black Friday ads will be released onto the internet earlier than they are supposed to be. Gottadeal.com is the forerunner of ad leakers, though they bow more quickly to cease and desist orders than less prominent sites. These ads can be very helpful when making purchasing decisions as this gives you more time to evaluate. Now that you have a good idea of what laptop prices have been in the previous weeks, you can compare them to the upcoming Black Friday deals.

                The difference between the "regular" deals and the Black Friday deals is what you consider when deciding if it's worth the hassle. Let's say you'll save $100 on a Black Friday laptop as compared to similar deals. You'll have to be in line for at least 10 hours to ensure that you'll be able to get that laptop; they generally have very limited quantities in stock. So $100 for 10 hours of hassle. Is it worth it? This is debatable. But based on that you can see how you'd be more tempted to wait for a deal that was $250 off as opposed to $60.