B&H doesn't usually have a lot of great deals, but occasionally one pops up like this in-demand MacBook Pro. The 2.6GHz Core i7 model includes 16GB RAM and a 256GB SSD for $1,799, a last-generation model but a solid deal if you've been waiting to buy one. There's also another configuration for $2,100.
If you've been yearning to get an iMac, there's a decent discount off the 27-inch 2017 model at a few places, including B&H. It's not the top-end -- it's an Intel Core i5 -- but it's got a 2TB Fusion drive. Keep in mind that the newer Apple File System still doesn't support non-SSDs (the Fusion is a spinning drive with an SSD cache) if you're planning to upgrade to MacOS High Sierra.
Samsung CF791 34-inch Freesync monitor for $650 ($300 off)
We really liked the CF791 when we tested it, but felt that $950 was a little much for what it offered. Amazon has now dropped the price down to $650 -- a good deal for a big display with 144Hz refresh. And look how many cat photos you can fit on that screen!
Cyber Monday deals at Micro Center include the PowerSpec 1510 15.6-inch gaming laptop with an seventh-gen Core i7 processor, upper-midrange Nvidia GeForce 1070 GPU, 16GB of memory and dual storage drives including a 256GB SSD and a 1TB 7,200rpm HDD. The display is a full HD IPS LED-backlit LCD with Nvidia G-Sync for smoother gameplay. PowerSpec is Micro Center's house brand, so while you're not getting a big-name PC, you are getting a good deal.
Save $199 on a Surface Laptop plus Harman Kardon Invoke speaker bundle
Cyber Monday is the last day Microsoft will offer bundles of its Surface Laptop with a Harman Kardon Invoke voice-activated speaker backed by the Cortana virtual assistant. The bundles include laptop configurations with a 256GB SSD and higher, which start at $1,300. The speaker alone will be on sale for $99 (regularly $199), so by bundling you're getting $100 off the laptop as well as the speaker.
Microsoft has one of our favorite ultraportables for $500 off its regular price. The XPS 13 is the world's smallest laptop with a 13.3-inch display and for Black Friday you can get it with a touchscreen and an Intel Core i5-7200U processor, 8GB memory and a 128GB SSD on Nov. 27.
Not only is Dell's 27-inch 4K HDR monitor the only one that's actually shipped to support 1,000 nits -- per the HDR10 spec -- but the UP2718Q is a great monitor. Dell's offering it for $170 off list at $570, which is reasonable, but its regular pricing is actually cheaper almost everywhere else, like at B&H for $492. That's a really good price. And don't let Dell's $500-with-financing price fool you, since you'll still end up paying more overall.
If you're interested in a Microsoft Surface Pro alternative, the Samsung Galaxy Book is a flashy alternative. Its design is more like an iPad, but with Windows 10 running inside. It also includes a Bluetooth keyboard and stylus.
Micro Center's Black Friday deals include the 15.6-inch Acer Aspire 3 for $260 through Dec. 3 -- the lowest we've seen. It's a simple system for basic tasks -- writing, email, web browsing -- with plenty of storage for your files.
Microsoft is discounting the Surface Pro with bundles. For example, you can save $330 on the convertible laptop with Intel's i5 CPU, 128GB SSD and cover or there's a similar bundle with the Surface Pro model that has 256GB SSD.
The 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A makes for a good first tablet or a basic e-reader. It won't blow you away with its speed, but its low price might be right in your wheelhouse.
The ultracompact 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A offers 32GB of internal storage -- double than what's usually offered in entry-level tablets. For $200, it's not bad for using around the house to check emails, lurk Facebook or catch up on news.
A big tablet doesn't have to have a big price tag. At $230, the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab A is a simple tablet that includes a stylus for easy note-taking in this Cyber Monday bundle. The bigger screen is better for watching a video, but it's otherwise comparable to the 8-inch model.
One of our favorite budget gaming laptops gets a price drop for Cyber Monday. For $899 you can get the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming laptop with a Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, 256GB SSD and, most importantly, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card.
Custom PC-builder Origin is offering special packages for Cyber Monday buyers that include: a Samsung 250GB 960 Evo NVMe M.2 SSD, a $50 Amazon gift card, a Creative Labs sound card, gaming headset or keyboard, 50 percent off professional overclocking, free games including a free copy of Destiny 2 for PC. Origin will even ship it for free, which if you're buying a gaming PC isn't cheap.