Cyber Monday 2012: Amazon Offers Price Discounts on Electronic Items

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By Jenalyn Villamarin | November 27, 2012 12:37 AM EST

The web site Amazon.com began its Cyber Monday deals on electronic items for online shoppers who have missed out on Black Friday. Discounted items on Amazon include televisions, laptops and cell phones.

Selected flat screen television sets can be purchased with a 25% price discount or more. The television brand names included in the Cyber Monday sale are Panasonic, Samsung and VIZIO. As of Sunday, some TV sets have a price lower than $1000 while other smaller TV sets are under $500. There is also an upcoming deal for a 60-inch Samsung TV at an approximately reduced price of $1482.

Other items offered in Amazon's Cyber Monday sale are the electronics home audio. The Polk Audio TL1600 speaker system's price of $400 has been reduced to $359.99. The audio system features six speakers with 100 watts of sound which is perfect in listening to music, enjoying movies or even playing video games. The Yamaha 5-disc CD changer price has also been discounted from $379.95 to $329.95 while the Sony 7-inch portable DVD player is for sale at a discounted price of $78.95.

Online shoppers are also rapidly purchasing items such as the STREET headphone sets by rapper 50 Cent and the Denon AH-D310 headphones. Other headphone deals are reportedly on the way as well as on the Belkin PureAV Mini-Stereo Extension Cable and XtremeMac USB-SBT-11 Some Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. For the items that are on a time-limited sale, consumers need to grab hold of these deals quickly.

Meanwhile, a business report from Forbes suggests that the Cyber Monday days may soon be over. Why? Mobile devices nowadays have faster internet connection which allows people to quickly shop online whenever and wherever they like. Forbes also joked that "Mobile Monday" may possibly take over the Cyber Monday shopping sale that people are currently talking about.

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