Tech Talk: AT&T Gadgets for Black Friday Sales

Tech Talk: AT&T Gadgets for Black Friday Sales

MIDLAND -- AT&T presents devices and ideas to make your family celebrations, like Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas, easier on you and your family this holiday season.

Many people use tablets in the kitchen these days for recipes and cooking demonstrations. Use your tablet with a Belkin Chef Stand and stylus so you don’t get the tablet dirty. Just $40.

Did you know U-verse has interactive apps like Food Network? On channel 457, you can get demonstrations from chefs, recipes for holiday favorite foods, and more.

Want to add music to your party? HMDX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is compact, you can take it anywhere, and at the holiday price of two for $60, makes a great stocking stuffer in addition to adding ambiance to a celebration.

It’s a phone, it’s a tablet, it’s a phablet! Samsung’s Note 3 is back and it’s more popular than ever. $299 with contract.

Samsung Gear Watch, that pairs with Samsung Note 3, brings the Jetsons into 2013. $299. (Works great with the Note 3)

Check out this Pebble smartphone and watch. $150. Works with all phones, download apps, customize watch faces.

Try these wireless earbuds, Plantronics BackBeat Go 2. Perfect for your active life.

A fun way to get someone’s attention is from the U-verse app called TV Notes. If your husband is glued to Thanksgiving football, you can send him a note onscreen that says, “time for turkey!” If the kids are busy with cartoons, you can remind them “grandma’s on her way!”

Here’s a complete list of great deals for your holiday shopping list on Black Friday.

AT&T Next is the program for the family who wants the latest-and-greatest phones.

According to third parties – RootMetrics, PCWorld and PC Magazine – AT&T has the fastest and most reliable 4G/LTE network

DriveMode: If you’re going over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s house, make sure you never text and drive. AT&T wants to keep the family safe!
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