OfficeMax Black Friday

OfficeMax is a great store for office supplies, paper, electronics, printers, computers, ink, and office furniture. They are pretty competitive with their Black Friday electronics deals.

Review

When I review the Office Max Black Friday 2012 ad, I pick and choose. I’m looking for the odd product at a great price. Here’s a few.

Grab the Emtec C400 Candy 32GB USB Flash Drive for only $9.99. That’s a good Black Friday price for 32GB.

Then grab the Verbatim 16X DVDs, 100 pack, for$19.99. People in the know recognize Verbatim is manufactured at a high standard and delivers quality to the person burning the disk and the person later viewing the disc. Good Black Friday price for Verbatim.

This one might surprise you. Grab the Toshiba Canvio 500GB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for only $49.99. Don’t confuse this with one of the larger clunkier backup drives. This is a neat small form factor portable hard drive that bring storage and data portability power to you in an easy to carry size. I bought 1 years ago, it was much more expensive – and it is still going. A good Black Friday deal.

If you’re ever going to get around to editing audio, video and pictures and you want real software, it doesn’t get any better and any cheaper than Office Max Black Friday price of $69.99 for Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements Bundle. This bad boy combo sells for $134.99 on Amazon. Office Max is treating you right. In fact, I think I’ll buy one for myself.

Tired of that lousy sound coming from your computers speaker or, worse than that, the speakers in your monitor. Go to Office Max and spend a whooping $14.99 for a set of Logitech LS-21 2.1 speakers. For less than $15 you get a speaker for the left channel, a speaker for the right channel and a subwoofer. I have Logitech speakers and the sound will blow you away. High quality, low price – thank you Office Max and Black Friday.