Dell -- yes, Dell -- Black Friday HDTV deals leaked

Summary:You probably don't think of Dell when you're in the market for an HDTV, but its leaked Black Friday ad includes a few sets with sale pricing.The big deal -- literally -- is a 60-inch DLP TV (WD-60C10) from Mitsubishi for just $699.

You probably don't think of Dell when you're in the market for an HDTV, but its leaked Black Friday ad includes a few sets with sale pricing.

The big deal -- literally -- is a 60-inch DLP TV (WD-60C10) from Mitsubishi for just $699.99, $200 off the current price. Of course, a DLP set has drawbacks, primarily its bulk -- which means no wall-mounting -- but you get the maximum screen size for your dollar with this deal. If you want a flat-screen instead, there's the 50-inch 1080p Samsung PN50C550 plasma for $799.99, though Newegg.com has the set available for the same price.

Likewise, its Sony KDL-46EX400 LCD deal -- $697.99 -- is only $1.01 cheaper than what you'd get through Sony's own site. You'll have better luck with the Sharp 42-inch 1080p Aquos LC-42SB48UT LCD, which Dell is offering for $499.99. That's $50 off the current price and $100 less than at Newegg.com. You can also find a Sharp Aquous LC-32D47UA LCD TV for $319.99 at Dell's Small Business store, which has already listed its Black Friday deals a few days early. The 32-inch 720p model is normally on sale for $449.99.

[Via BlackFriday.info]

Topics: Dell, Hardware, Mobility

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Sean Portnoy started his tech writing career at ZDNet nearly a decade ago. He then spent several years as an editor at Computer Shopper magazine, most recently serving as online executive editor. He received a B.A. from Brown University and an M.A. from the University of Southern California.

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