If you hate waiting for Black Friday ads, 2010 is your year- and Walmart understands your pain. According to blog articles on the Thanksgiving Black Friday Ads 2010 website, Walmart has given the OK to letting you know right now what they have in store for Black Friday deals. After all, why not give the OK to leak the ads to the biggest sale of the year, so you know where to line up bright and early on the biggest shopping day of the season?Starting at 5 am on Black Friday, head over to your nearest Walmart for great teals on LCD HDTVs. Choose from the Emerson 32″ model for $198 or upgrade to the 42″ screen for only $398. Or maybe you’re ready for the big boy- the Sanyo 50″ Class Plasma HDTV for $498! If you’ve been waiting to move to LED or Plasma HDTV, wait no longer.These prices cannot be beat. In fact, you can sweeten your home entertainment deal even more by adding a Magnovox Wi-Fi Blu-Ray disc player for only $69. You can upgrade that option to the Philips Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System with 1000 watts of surround sound for under $200. You’ll also find cables and mounts on sale at record braking prices. This suite of entertainment goodies is sure to delight the entire family, so get out early- the sale ends at 11 am.Once you have your permanent home theater set up, its time to think home office. You’ll find the computer and components you’ve been waiting for on several great Black Friday sales at Walmart. HP has teamed up with Walmart and has some great laptop and desktop deals at prices that will have you running down the aisles. You can snag HP’s 15.6″ 3GB laptop for only $298 or the 17.3″ Dual Core 3GB laptop for only another $100. Also available for only $398, is the HP Pavillion Slimline Desktop PC bundle, which includes Windows 7 and a CD/DVD reader/writer. Add that $100 to that price point and you can move up to the AMD Athlon II Dual Core Processor with 3 GHz speed.Don’t forget the printer for your new computer set up- choose the HP Deskjet AIO Wireless Printer for only $44 or get the Photosmart Plus Wireless Printer (also HP) for $74.