29
May
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It's been more than half a year since Google officially unveiled the Nexus 10 tablet, and the Samsung-made device has yet to be dethroned as the debatable king of Android slates. If you've been waiting for a sweet deal to grab your own, you'd better hurry: the closeout specialists at Woot.com have the 32GB version on sale at Tech.Woot for just $380, a whole $120 off the Play Store retail price, and still cheaper than the 16GB version at most outlets. As with all Woot sales, shipping to the United States (lower 48 only) is just $5.

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Why the big discount? Technically this is a refurbished unit, but it comes with a one-year warranty, and Woot has a pretty good reputation when it comes to refurbished sales. If that still isn't enough for you, this particular sale is eligible for a SquareTrade extended warranty, which offers "no questions asked" protection for just under sixty bucks extra - still within your savings margin.

In case you're wondering, the cheapest we had seen the 32GB Nexus 10 before now was $430 over at eBay Daily Deals. This is one of Woot's extended sales, so the time limit is three days instead of just 24 hours. That said, you should still pounce on the Nexus 10 right when you read this if you intend to buy it - if Woot's stock runs out, the sale is over. Quantities are limited to one per customer.

Tech.Woot.com - Google Nexus 10 32GB (Refurbished)

Thanks, Kyle!

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Kenny O

    I'm confused......wouldn't this price be $119 off the retail price on Google Play?

    • Daniel DS

      It's not brand new so I think no :/

    • Jeremiah Rice

      By jove, you're right. I guess I blocked out the memory of Google charging an extra hundred bucks for 16GB of storage.

      • Kenny O

        lol.... for a second I thought maybe Google dropped the price when I wasn't looking. Easy to block out, $100 is kind of much for an extra 16GB considering the extra space on the Nexus 7 is only $50.

  • YoHoJo

    Thank you so much! My mom's birthday is around the corner and I've been eyeing one of these for her forever! Going to snag this one for sure!!!

  • MrNinjaPanda

    I wonder if Google sells us refurbished Nexus devices without even telling us about it.

    • basteagow

      They do; one of the three Nexus 4 replacements I received was definitely a refurb.

      • Joshua Hill

        By replacement you mean warranty because that's not buying brand new like the OP was talking about.

        Apple also uses refurbs as warranty replacements.

  • fierywater

    I'd be more excited if it was a refurbished 16GB for $120 off, personally.

  • John charitos

    I was excited till i saw the (US only) -_-"

  • tom

    about 415 after tax and shipping....you can pick one up on ebay for around that price .... it is still a very good price...

  • Edu

    And this is one of the reasons why i hate my country...If i order something that costs $US 200+. They will charge like super extra taxes....Wish i could live on the us..

    • http://twitter.com/RvLeshrac RvLeshrac

      It isn't "extra taxes." It is "Tax."

      • Joshua Hill

        It's extra because they are also paying the US tax.

        • http://twitter.com/RvLeshrac RvLeshrac

          Uh, no, they are not. Online retailers do not charge tax unless you live in the state where the retailer is physically located.

          • Joshua Hill

            I've purchased numerous goods from online retailers around the globe and sometimes its stated about taxes being included. When I purchase such an item there is no price change for international let alone interstate transaction.

  • Matthew Fry

    I'd snatch this up. Considering the fact that Google refuses to admit there's a software problem, most of these are probably random reboot Nexus 10 returns which means they are PERFECTLY FINE. That being said, they still randomly reboot. I'm in contact with the Mali developers to see if I can get that resolved without big G's help.

  • firesoul453

    They still charge tax and shipping so expect to pay $408.09

  • Down8

    Done.

    Been deciding what to do next, while getting frustrated with my TF101. Was waiting the fabled Nexus 7 HD, but went ahead & jumped on this.

    If the N7HD shows up, I'll pass this to the GF.

    -bZj

  • JG

    Point of clarification.... How is the term "Slate" defined? Is it just 10"-er or is it just another word for tablet, regardless of size? Cause if it's tablet, regardless of size... Then, anecdotally at least, I'd argue the N7 is more the king of Android tablets... I hear like 20 N7 references to every N10... But that could just be me....

    • Joshua Hill

      Personally I think a slate must have an accompanying stylus.

  • Michael Ta

    someone give me money. This tablet at this price is so good I want to buy it again.

  • Jillxz

    That Motorola Zoom is an Old old old tablet. Way over priced at $399 or even $300. I wouldn't pay a dollar over $150.

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