If you want a 10-inch Android tablet, it's difficult to look past the Nexus 10. It has a beautiful display, incredibly snappy processor, 2GB of RAM (which makes a huge difference), and possibly the most important: it's a Nexus. It' pure Android experience and straight-from-Google updates make it a killer tablet in its own right.


If the $500 price on the 32GB model is just too much for you to justify, there's a solid offering going on eBay Daily Deals today: a manufacturer refurbished N10 is only $350 with free shipping and no tax for those outside of Washington state. That's roughly $40 less than the last time.

Naturally, since this is a daily deal, it's over at the end of the day (or once they're all sold out), so your purchase must be made with haste. Head below to grab yours.

Refurbished Nexus 10 (32GB)

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • BetterWithRoot

    "...and I yelled, I said, "What do you want from us, monster?" And the monster bent down, and said, "I need about tree-fitty."

    • Tony Sarju

      God damn Loch Ness Monster!

  • mustbepbs

    My ONLY gripe with the N10 is the memory leak problem. You have to restart it every 4 days or so or else every app you attempt to multitask with gets reloaded. I think by 4 days you have less than 200MB free with nothing running.

    • Walkop

      Yep, definitely. Mine reboots itself once or twice a day. It's still an awesome device, and I refuse pass judgment until 4.3 is released. I'm hoping for many improvements in overall memory management for the system as a whole.

    • Anfronie

      My main problem was the light bleed issue that were on both units before I returned them

  • Himmat Singh

    This is a crazy good deal, but I'd rather hold off now since Tegra 4 is around the corner with higher clock speeds and twice the number of cores. Also I believe we should be seeing some Tegra 4 tabs with 32GB of memory launch at $400 or below, so yeah.

  • Nick Klenchik
  • G-Reid

    Had my N10 for 2 months now and I have yet to experience this "Reset" B.S. everyone here and on other various blog sites TROLL about. The Asus Transformer Prime does random and even back to back freezes and resets and poor GPS/WiFi antennas. The next point to ask is if you contacted Google on those issues? Simple-Assed questions and gripes I've had with my N7 and N4 Google eagerly either updated my issue and even replaced the digitizer I broke on the N7 for FREE.