Cyber Monday 2012 is your best chance to buy top quality technology without leaving your house or dealing with Black Friday crowds.

This year's Cyber Monday is expected to be bigger than ever before, with great deals on electronics and more from Amazon, Walmart and all your favorite chain stores.

Amazon has been offering Black Friday sales all week leading up to Thanksgiving, and their Cyber Monday 2012 deals will roll out on Sunday ad last another week with deals on TVs, speakers, projectors, toys, video games and more. Some of Amazon's best Cyber Monday 2012 deals include a Google-designed Chromebook laptop for $249, and a 32-inch Samsung HDTV for just $247.99.

Meanwhile, Best Buy is offering huge sales on hundreds of products in cluding TVs, home theater systems, desktop and tablet computers, cameras, MP3 players, GPS systems, home appliances, video games, toys, DVDs, CDs, musical instruments and gym equipment.

If youre looking to buy some video games or a new console, check out Gamestop's online Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Gamestop is offering free shipping on orders of $25 and over. They're offering sales on consoles as well, including Nintendo's new Wii U system.

Kmart is also getting in on the Cyber Monday action, even offering 75 percent off on diamond rings, buy-one-get-one half off deals on shoes, and half 50 percent off on plastic Christmas trees. Kmart is also offering $119 for a 19" TV with a DVD player thrown in as well.

Microsoft is offering deals as well. You can get 40 percent off on certain Xbox games (though unfortunately there's no deal on the new Halo 4). Microsoft Office is discounted by $50. Xbox 360 consoles are $100 off, and Beats by Dre headphones are 10 percent off.

Adobe is offering 40 percent discounts on their software, including Premiere Elements, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom and Acrobat Standard or Pro.

Happy shopping!