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Black Friday: $64 Roku XD, $300 Google TV Blu-ray, $599 M11x

updated 12:40 pm EST, Fri November 26, 2010

Black Friday sees cheap Roku XD, Alienware M11x

Black Friday deals today have included a handful of steep discounts. The Roku XD is dropping 20 percent from its usual price to $64, giving the 1080p playback and 802.11n Wi-Fi of the mid-range at roughly the same price as the base Amazon- and Netflix-capable Roku players. The discount lasts from today through to the end of Monday Pacific time.

Surprisingly, Sony has also slashed the price of the Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player down to $300 from its original $400. The player is one of Sony's two Google TV devices and includes the same QWERTY-equipped remote and Android-based app platform as the main Internet TV. The discount lasts through November 29.

Alienware is also discounting a handful of systems but has focused its discounts on the M11x. Its 11-inch gaming notebook has dropped $200 to $599 in its base configuration. The system at this price includes the base 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive but still has the signature GeForce GT 335M that gives it gaming-level graphics.

Roku XDS (XD identical)



Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player



Alienware M11x



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  1. HectorHGM

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    Roku Deal Has Shipping

    The Roku XD from the Roku store is $64 + $10 shipping. You can get the Roku XD from Amazon for $69 + free shipping.

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