Argos Black Friday 2020 deals drop today across tech and appliances

Best Black Friday deals for 2020



Argos has announced its Black Friday 2020 period starts today.

The retailer will be taking part in the famous November sale with some mega savings across top brands, but it will be dropping deals now in the lead up to the main event.

While Black Friday lands on Friday, November 27, Argos shoppers can get their hands on some major deals before hand.

What’s more, customers can collect Nectar points on Argos Black Friday purchases both in store and online.

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Argos Black Friday 2020 deals drop today across tech and appliances

Offers dropping today include:

Shark Anti Hair Wrap Cordless Vacuum Cleaner – was £349.99, now £199.99 (save £150.00)

Dyson V8 Absolute Extra Cordless Vacuum Cleaner – was £399.99, now £299.99 (save £100.00)

Canon EOS M50 Vlogger Kit – was £729.99, now £649.99 (save £80.00)


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Nvidia unveils new DGX Station AI workstation, joining market for AI appliances


GPU titan Nvidia on Monday morning unveiled what it calls AI computing on your desktop, the DGX Station A100, which will be sold by a variety of partners and is expected to be available “this quarter,” Nvidia said.

The announcement comes at the start of SC20, a supercomputing conference usually held in San Diego every year and this time around held as a virtual event given the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Nvidia calls the DGX Station A100 an “AI appliance you can place anywhere.” The box, measuring 25 inches high, 10 inches across, and 20 inches deep, comes with four GPUs, either existing 40-gigabyte A100 GPUs, or a newly unveiled 80-gigabyte version. It weighs 91 lbs, though fully outfitted, it tops out at 127 lbs. The total system has a maximum memory size of 320 gigabytes. More information is available in the spec sheet.

Nvidia touts the throughput of the 80-gigabyte version

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Advance could enable artificial intelligence on household appliances while enhancing data security and energy efficiency — ScienceDaily

Deep learning is everywhere. This branch of artificial intelligence curates your social media and serves your Google search results. Soon, deep learning could also check your vitals or set your thermostat. MIT researchers have developed a system that could bring deep learning neural networks to new — and much smaller — places, like the tiny computer chips in wearable medical devices, household appliances, and the 250 billion other objects that constitute the “internet of things” (IoT).

The system, called MCUNet, designs compact neural networks that deliver unprecedented speed and accuracy for deep learning on IoT devices, despite limited memory and processing power. The technology could facilitate the expansion of the IoT universe while saving energy and improving data security.

The research will be presented at next month’s Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems. The lead author is Ji Lin, a PhD student in Song Han’s lab in MIT’s Department of

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Best sales in November on home appliances, tech and more.

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It’s officially November, meaning shoppers and retailers alike are gearing up for large Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, as well as winter and end of year deals. Similarly to other events in 2020, from Halloween to the 2020 election, Covid-19 has shaken up the way Black Friday shopping will happen this year. To avoid the potential of superspreader crowds, for example, stores like Walmart and Target have decided to break tradition and close their doors starting on Thanksgiving — they’ll instead offer discounts online only. So exactly when do Black Friday 2020 deals start? It’s not as clear as in years

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