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We've featured various incarnations of the Nexus 10 on dozens of deals at this point. If you want a cheap, powerful, 10-inch AOSP tablet and you don't have one by now, you've got no one to blame but yourself. That said, if you're looking for one last chance at a deal, we've got your back. Woot has the 32GB version of the Nexus 10 available for $329.99 plus $5 shipping. The tablet is refurbished, and the deal is good for today only.

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The Nexus 10 has remained at its current retail price for the last year: four hundred bucks for the 16GB model and five hundred for the 32GB. Just yesterday we featured a del for a new 32GB Nexus 10 for $350 courtesy of eBay Daily Deals, but this is technically the lowest price we've seen on the more capacious tablet (even if it is refurbished). The 90-day warranty is supplied by Woot itself, and unfortunately the deal is only available to United States residents excluding Hawaii and Alaska.

Of course, the Nexus 10 is getting a bit long in the tooth these days, at least by mobile tech standards. We're expecting an official reveal of the Nexus 5 any day now, and the original N10 accompanied the Nexus 4 in a November 2012 release. We're fairly sure that Asus is making the follow-up device, but given the lack of leaks in the Good Ship Google, it may be a while before the next version comes out. In the meantime the current N10 is still a very good tablet for the money, thanks to a fantastic 2560x1600 screen, dual-core 1.7Ghz A15 processor, 2GB of RAM, and an unusually good build from Samsung. If you want a solid 10-inch tablet that's guaranteed to get fast Android updates, this is your best bet at the moment.

As with all of Woot's one-day sales, this price is good until midnight CST or until the pre-determined stock sells out. If you want to take advantage of the price, act quickly.

Woot - Nexus 10 32GB Refurbished

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.
  • Chris

    I'm interested in this, but in the comments section of anything mentioning N10 all I see is "It's so slow and stuttery now!" or "It was great when I first got it, but now it's choppy and almost unusable."

    I guess I'll watching for the new one...

    • mustbepbs

      I fall into that category. I loved it for the first 3 months, but after that it got awful with memory leak issues (fixed in update) and reboot issues (also fixed in update). What wasn't fixed in an update was it being so laggy for me. People kept telling me to wipe it out and start over, but **** that. I don't spend $400 on a tablet that I need to wipe everything out after a few months because it's so buggy.

      • Samvith V Rao

        Thanks for your opinion mate. You just saved me $335 :)

        • Magneira

          Really? did you guys updgraded to 4.3 with fstrim? people just like to bash things for no reason, even the guy who worte the article said its geting a long in the tooth, I mean its not eve one year old...

          Samvith V Rao, you should go watch some recent youtube videos about it and see if it is slow or fast, better than trust on commenters on the internet...

          • mustbepbs

            Yes I did. It didn't help.

      • Justin W

        Agreed... It got fairly bad after a while. It's not bad for those that aren't too picky about it, but I notice every single stutter and even just going to the homescreen from within an app was slow. I'm pretty sure it got fixed in an update later on, but I sold mine so I could get the Nexus 7 (I prefer the 7" form over the 10").

      • Michael Pahl

        Dude head into the bootloader and wipe cache/dalvik.... its not hard.

        • mustbepbs

          It didn't help "dude".

          Trust me. I spent $400 and didn't want it to run like crap. I tried ROMs, kernels, OCing, wiping. Nothing helped. I'm sorry.

          • Michael Pahl

            Have you narrowed it down to slow performance due to faulty storage? what runs well and what doesn't?

          • mustbepbs

            I sold it months ago. I got so sick of it that I got rid of it. Text heavy apps had horrid scrolling performance. Constant redraws on the home screen, poor scrolling performance in browsers.

          • Michael Pahl

            wow. and this was post 4.3?

          • mustbepbs

            Pre and post. The update made no difference. It also made no difference for my wife's N72012.

  • Kernschatten

    Right now, the Nexus 10 is showing as "out of inventory" on the Play Store.

  • firesoul453

    My nexus 10 is still running great. Its a good tablet at a good price!

  • fl1nty

    sold out

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