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Black Friday 2010 Linux Tablet Deals

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As many of you know the day after Thanksgiving, known as Black Friday,Black Friday Linux Deals on Netbooks and Tablets is the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States. Shoppers can find all sorts of special deals and discounts especially on technology related merchandise. In past years I’ve got up early and waded through the crowds to save a few bucks on my favorite tech gear. Last year I raved about a few Linux netbooks that caught my attention but this year Linux tablets have made it a whole new ball game. Deals on many different types of Linux netbooks, tablets and other cool gear have got me fine-tuning my Black Friday 2010 strategy and gearing up for some serious competition.

One item on my shopping list this holiday season is a Linux based tablet device. I decided to check the Sunday ad section and put together this list of Black Friday 2010 Linux Tablet Deals.

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