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If $350 for the newer Galaxy Note 8.0 is too much and you're looking for something a bit bigger anyway, you'd do well to head over to the geek-friendly Woot.com sometime today. They're offering the 16GB WiFi Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for $299.99, although it's a refurbished model. That's a solid $200 off the retail price, though you can certainly get it for less if you're prepared to hunt (Amazon has the new 16GB version for $449). As with all regular Woot sales, the tablet is offered today only, and regular shipping to the US is a flat $5.

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When Ron Amadeo reviewed the Galaxy Tab 10.1 back in August, he found the software solid (with special emphasis on the apps that take advantage of the Wacom digitizer and S-pen stylus) but the hardware lacking in nearly every category. To put it bluntly, the Note 10.1 is a hulking plastic mess of a tablet, and unless you've absolutely got to have that pen functionality, almost anything would be better. Still, if the Note 10.1 is what you want, I don't think you'll find any better deals at the moment.

Exactly two months ago, Woot offered the Galaxy Note 10.1 for $329.99 - it looks like they haven't sold through their stock. That means there's at least some chance that the tablet will appear in one of their Woot-Off closeout sales. You could wait it out if you're willing to gamble, but those who want to take advantage of the sale today are encouraged to hurry.

There's a limit of one tablet per customer, and it's offered in both grey and white. Happy shopping.

Woot.com - Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

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.
  • Cory_S

    What happened to Woot..

  • Zack Mackey

    I picked it up 2 months ago and I love it, Ap the august review is out dated a lot of bugs were fixed since that review and it has been upgraded to jb 4.1 since that review. I don't think it's a plastic mess at all!

  • sadikk

    Its 299 + 5 + 30 comes to 330+ is no deal for me....

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