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Looking for a high-end Galaxy Note tablet that doesn't cost over seven hundred freakin' dollars? Then head over to Newegg, where the slightly older and slightly smaller Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is on sale in refurbished form. You can pick up a 16GB version of the tablet for $374.99, a full $175 off the original retail price, or a 32GB version for $404.99, a whopping $195 off.

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Strangely, Newegg has set different prices for different colors: the $374.99 16GB tablet is white, and you'll have to pay an extra five bucks for the black version (also refurbished). Newegg flips it around for the 32GB model: the black version is $404.99, while the white version is $429.99. Perhaps the store is adjusting for its inventory. In any case, the alternate colors are still a good deal compared to their retail counterparts, though there are certainly a few non-Samsung alternatives like the Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T.

The 2014 Edition features a 2560x1600 LCD screen with the usual stylus and Wacom digitizer, a 1.9Ghz Exynos processor, an impressive 3GB of RAM, an 8MP rear camera, and a MicroSD card slot. At the moment it's running Android 4.3 with Samsung's TouchWiz skin. Newegg is offering free standard shipping on all four models, but as with all refurbished items, stock is probably limited. Get in an order quickly if you want one.

Thanks, ch4r!

Michael Crider
Michael is a native Texan and a former graphic designer. He's been covering technology in general and Android in particular since 2011. His interests include folk music, football, science fiction, and salsa verde, in no particular order.

  • Mike Gonzalez

    too bad it's the wifi only version

  • DrM

    So, the black 16GB is more expensive than the white one, yet the 32GB black is more expensive then the white one?

    • the corrector

      I think you mixed this one up, 16gb black > 16gb white, 32gb white > 32g black :)

  • robby

    What's the difference between the original onr and the refurbished?

  • Somedude

    Bad business. The best tablet for fun and regular work is the iPad Air. And the best tablet for professional and hardcore work is the surface pro 2. I wouldn't recommend to anyone buy a samaung tablet.

    • Christopher Moore

      Many people (including myself) just don't like iOS. And you get so much more with this Samsung tablet.

    • closingracer

      So how come i sold my Ipad air 64GB for this?

  • originaldiscokid

    Just gonna seriously thank you for this. I needed a Note 10.1 2014 and this post saved me $200.

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