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Updated: Nov 24, 2012 01:41 PM EST

cyber monday

Walmart isn't just doing Cyber Monday, the retailer has declared that savings for the event will last all week, as "Cyber Week."
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Now that we've finished checking off everything we're thankful for, time to remember everything we wish we had. Yes - Cyber Monday is almost here. If you thought Black Friday was a minefield of savings, retailers like Walmart, Kmart, Target, Amazon, Best Buy and more are already trying to lure shell shocked shoppers back with deals on tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for "free," and the Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch at $49.99.

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Here are some of the best that deals that can be found right now:

Mid-western retailer Meijer is offering the Polaroid 7-inch Android 4.0 tablet with dual camera for $84.99. It regularly retails for $149.99 and can be purchased now. sold out of the Nook Simple Touch by Barnes & Noble, but the device is still available in Target stores for $49.99, a savings of 51 percent off its retail price of $99.99.

Kmart still has the Samsung 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 with Wi-Fi selling online for $177.99. Regularly listed at $249.99, the sale saves customers $72.00.

At e-Bay, consumers can still find a steep discount on the BenQ S6 Intel Atom MID tablet. It only as a 4.8-inch touchscreen but it is currently priced at $49.99, a huge discount from its retail price of $299.99.

Many of Walmart's tablets are currently out of stock, but shoppers can still find a big discount on the Ematic HD eGlide XL Pro II with Wi-Fi tablet. They are selling the 10-inch touchscreen for $129.98, a total savings of $70 off of its retail price of $199.98. is offering the Dell Streak 7 tablet marked down during the early Cyber Monday sale for 48 percent off, at $198.00. The tablet consists of a 1 GHz dual-core Tegra T20 processor, 16GB of memory, a 7-inch display, 5MP rear facing camera, a 1.3MP front facing camera, 720HD video recording, and the Android 2.2 operating system, among other strong features.

The store also has the Vizio E3D470VX 47-inch 3D HDTV on sale for $598.00, 34% off of the retail price of $899.99. The TV comes with two pairs of 3D glasses, shows in 1080p, built-in wi-fi that can play Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus and other entertainment applications.

The Samsung Galaxy S III is available for up to 41 percent off at My Hot Electronics during the Cyber Monday sale. The newest upgrade at Samsung, the Galaxy Note II "phablet," is available for up to 40 percent off at the store.

They will also be selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 at a price "too low to display"

Amazon is also selling the Note 10.1 and currently has the deal set at $229.99 with a two-year contract from Sprint.

Amazon said their Black Friday sales would be going through Cyber Monday, so this is technically their Cyber Monday sale as well (Amazon does have a countdown to Cyber Monday, so there will be more stuff going on sale in addition to the Black Friday sales).

Best Buy is offering the NOOK Simple Touch e-reader for $79.99, while Barnes & Noble has an in-store only price of $59.

You can pick up the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T with a 10.1-inch LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS (1280x800), 8-mega-pixel rear-facing camera and 1.2 mega-pixel front-facing camera, expandable storage via micro-SD card slot, 16GB hard drive, and quad-core Tegra 3 processor at Amazon for $365, $34 off its original price.

The manufacturer-refurbished version of the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 with 8GB of storage is at e-Bay for a mere $178. Usually this tablet is priced in the $200 - $275 range, so depending on where you usually shop, this is quite a deal. Or you can buy it new at Amazon for $179.99, although, it's currently out of stock.

T-Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch tablet for "free" after signing a two-year contract.

Amazon is also offering the Motorola Xoom tablet new for $336, which is $163 off its original price.

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