Cyber Monday is around the corner and with it comes a number of sizeable discounts on a whole lot of gadgets. Several top-notch retailers offer the convenience of shopping online for exciting items.

Here are some of the top online stores and a peek at the offers available on each of them:

Walmart.com

This Web site provides a number of great ways to save money, with some of the lowest prices of the season.

The specials range from a XBOX 360 Holiday Value Bundle for $328 to the Nintendo 3DS Gamer Bundle for $189. In addition, the savings store offers over a hundred deals for tech enthusiasts.

Amazon.com

With the exception of the iPhone, a number of phones from service providers Verizon, Sprint and AT&T will be on offer, inclusive of a contract for 1¢. In addition, the Samsung 46 1080p LED HDTV, priced at $799 is a steal considering its original price was $1,299.99. the most exciting deal, however, could well be the offer of a 32GB iPhone 4, for $499.99 (shipping charges are an extra $5.49).

Bestbuy.com

Fill the virtual cart with specials like a Dynex 24LCD TV for $79.99 and the Sharp 42 LCD TV for $199.99. Other deals include a flat 50 percent off on the Nikon Coolpix S8100 and s Sharp 42 1080p LCD TV for $200.

Apple.com

Although the company is yet to announce details of their deals, leaked reports suggest prices will remain almost the same as last year. The best bargain, however, is expected to be the $101 knocked off retail prices of the Macbook Pro, the Macbook Air and the iMac. Discounts for iPads should be between $41 and $61; those for iPods should be between $210 and $41 and the iPod Nano should be cheaper by $11. The store announced a special one-day sale for November 25.

Officedepot.com

It appears as if the store will remain tight-lipped about their deals. Meantime, Black Friday specials like the Logitech Wireless Optical Mouse for $7.49 and the 500GB Toshiba high-performance laptop for $399.99 are still available. In addition, the Canon Wi-Fi, all-in-one -printer gets a 50 percent discount and is available for $39.99.

Target.com

Target has so far only announced that prices will be cut up to 50 percent. A current special is the Kindle Keyboard at $85, down from the regular $139. There is also a $100 discount on the Nikon L105 Digital Camera.

Other prominent retailers like Dell, ThinkGeek and Sony are also expected to offer deals for their products on their Web sites.