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People line up for high-tech toys on Black Friday

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Sales, steals, and door buster deals drew hundreds out before dawn to kick of the holiday shopping season.

Black Friday's big draw are the big ticket items that come with bargain basement prices.    

The Samsung Smart TV, is voice and motion controlled.  You can also use your voice to turn the volume up.  You can change channels with your voice.  It's got 3D, and you can even log onto the internet.  That's not the only high-tech toy  that people snapped up on Black Friday. 

"Televisions, Toshiba 40-inch for $180,"said Valerielizbeth Villa of South Sioux City, Nebraska, who was first in line at Best Buy.  She lined up at six p.m. Wednesday.

"3-D Flat Screen, 55-inch tv, another 55-inch tv, a 40-inch tv, and an XBox as well," Brennen Semple of South Sioux City said while waiting at Best Buy.

"The laptop, the Play Station 3,"said Jim Symons.

"40-inch Toshiba," said Michael Brand.

"I came for the 50-inch, the 40-inch, a Galaxy-S tab, and a computer," said Brenda Hernandez, of South Sioux City, Nebraska.

"We bought five four inch tv's," said Shijan Shine of Sioux City.

Speaking of technology, a lot more people are relying on their smart phones on Black Friday.  They're using Black Friday apps to look up items and stores and see if they're in stock.  It's saving a whole lot of time this Black Friday.  

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