Best Cyber Monday tablet deals

From Black Friday through to Cyber Monday, deals on tablets will be cropping up everywhere. But how can you be sure that these are genuine bargains? We’ve rounded-up all the deals so you can avoid a discounted dud.

Cyber Monday tablet deals

iPad mini 2iPad Mini 2 (Currys) – The iPad mini 2 might be a little long in the tooth now, but it is still tempting at £189 (£30 off the RRP). Does its Retina screen and processor still stand up? Read our review to find out.

Nexus 9 dealNexus 9 (Google Store) – We like the sleek new design of the Nexus 9 even more at £199 (£120 off the usual price), but do the Nexus 9’s processor, battery and screen live up to expectations? Read our expert review to find out.

Amazon Fire dealAmazon Fire ( – Amazon’s Fire tablet was already aggressively priced at £50, but the online store is practically giving it away this Black Friday at £35. Find out if this cheap tablet has enough going for it to leave you feeling cheerful.

iPad Air dealiPad Air 16GB (Argos) – Argos has the 16GB iPad Air available for £249, a reduction of £70 from Apple’s current RRP. Find out if the two-year-old iPad Air still stands up against its tablet rivals by reading our expert review.

Google Nexus 7 2013 (Argos)Nexus 7 dealThis compact tablet looks the part, runs the latest Android Marshmallow operating system and is very competitively priced at £98 on Argos. Or for a larger screen, Argos also has the Nexus 9 reduced to £190. To find out how fast they are and if they stand up compared to newer tablets on the market read our full reviews of the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9.

galaxytabs2Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8″ 32GB (PC World) – This popular tablet is going for £219, rather than the usual mark of £250, which represents a good saving. PC World have also knocked £100 off the bigger model bringing the S2 9.7″ to £299. However, what did we think of it in our extensive tablet test? Read our full review of the 8″ and the 9.2″ model to find out how it stacks up against other tablets.

Microsoft Surface 3 128GB (PC World)surface pro 3Somewhere between a tablet and a laptop, the £500 Surface 3 is not the cheapest either way you look at it. But at £429 for Black Friday, should you be more tempted to splash out? Before doing so, be sure to read our expert assessment.


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Best Cyber Monday camera deals

Thinking about taking advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals this weekend to get yourself a new camera? To help ensure you get the best value, and avoid a dud, we’ve rounded up all the best Black Friday camera deals in one place.

Cyber Monday camera deals

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 (Jessops) – Jessops currently has this Sony compact camera for £264, that can be reduced to £204 if you take advantage of the the £60 cashback currently offered by Sony. The camera is impressively small for a compact and has reasonable picture quality too. Just be sure to read our expert review to find out if the lack of viewfinder is a deal-breaker.

Sony a5000 dealSony a5000 (Currys) – Now reduced to £249 (from £279) and supplied with a Sony carry case worth £30 in its own right, this compact system camera could make a nice entry-level snapper for anyone looking to take up amateur photography. Read our review to see how it measures up to similar cameras in its class.

Nikon Coolpix L340Nikon Coolpix L340 (Argos) – This budget superzoom camera has a 27x zoom that gives you everything from a wide-angle for group shots to a zoomed-in telephoto for details or wildlife shots. Argos have slashed the cost from just under £200 to £89.99 and are also offering a range of bundles giving you savings on related products such as cases and memory cards. Read our full review to see if this deal is as good as it sounds.

Samsung NX Mini (Dabs)Samsung NX Mini – Online retailer Dabs has slashed the price of this camera kit from £299 to £159.99. As well as including the super portable 20.5Mp camera they’re also throwing in a 16GB memory card and a carry case. However be sure to read our full review of the camera to discover what the photo quality is like before taking the plunge.

Sony-Cyber-shot-DSC-RX10Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 (Jessops) - Another of Jessops’ cashback deals reduces the price of this bridge-style camera to £447 after £100 cashback. The DSC-RX10 combines an advanced 20Mp sensor and a 24-200mm equivalent Zeiss zoom lens, with HD video thrown in.  Could you be snapping up a deal on a top quality camera? Check out our expert review to find out.

Canon PowerShot S200 (Currys) - Canon PowerShot S200Previously fetching £169, the Canon PowerShot S200 at £79 almost seems too good to be true. But can you expect to get a decent camera that fits in your pocket and costs less than £100? Find out how this compact model fared in our expert assessment.

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Best Cyber Monday audio deals

If you’re looking for a new audio product then Cyber Monday could be the perfect time to get a great set of headphones or a speaker dock on the cheap. Just be sure to check our reviews before you buy to see if that deal is hot or not.

Cyber Monday audio deals

Sonos Play1 deal

Sonos Play:1 (Sonos store) – Sonos is offering a deal on a pair of Play:1 speakers, giving you the option to simultaneously play the same song in two rooms – handy for a Christmas party – or even two songs in separate parts of your home. With a single Play:1 retailing at £169, getting two for £299 marks a saving of almost £40. Read our Sonos Play:1 review to find out if this wireless speaker has punch.

Bose SoundDock XTBose SoundDock XT (Argos) – This compact speaker dock for iPhones and iPods is less than a foot long so is easy to move around your home. Previously on sale for £129.95, Argos are offering it for just £64.95. Read our full review to see how it compares to pricier speaker docks.

Bose SoundTrue OEBose SoundTrue On-Ear (Argos) - Argos has cut the price of these on-ear headphones from £129.95 to just £59.99. While that price cut may not be quite as generous as it first appears – most stores are selling them for £100 rather than £130 – it’s still a decent saving. Read our review to find out what our experts thought of the sound quality these headphones produce.

Sony SRSX11 Portable Bluetooth Speaker ImageSony SRSX11 Portable Bluetooth Speaker (Argos) – This palm-sized Bluetooth speaker is on offer at £34.99. Certainly not the biggest price cut this Black Friday, it can be picked up elsewhere for £49.99. But read our full review to see whether this inexpensive speaker is worth grabbing for the £15 saving.

roberts blutune 65

Roberts BluTune 65 (Co-Op Electrical) – This digital radio normally retails for around £130, so could the £100 price that’s being offered by Co-Op Electrical be music to your ears? The radio features Bluetooth and an Apple lightning dock, read our full review to see how it did in our tests.

sennheiser urbanite XL

Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless (John Lewis) – These headphones are a serious investment, usually coming in at around £240. John Lewis have them on offer for £180 currently, so can these Bluetooth headphones improve your commute with their built in microphone and touch controls? Read our full review to find out.

cambridge audio

Cambridge Audio G2 Mini Portable Bluetooth Speaker (John Lewis) – This diminutive speaker boasts Bluetooth and ten hour playtime. Usually priced at around £100, John Lewis currently has it listed for £80. Read our full review to discover if a £20 saving enough to justify a purchase.

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