The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a massive tablet, as it's a dozen inches of Android tablet that costs as much as a decent laptop. This thing is still going for $549.99 to $649.99 elsewhere, but a refurbished one is currently up on eBay for just $399.99. That's a pretty big savings of at least $150.


Earlier this month, Amazon discounted the entire Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro line by $50 - $100, and currently the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is going for $549.99 at the site. Samsung, on the other hand, will sell you one directly for $649.99. This eBay deal offers a substantially lower price, but you should keep in mind that these are refurbished units. That means that something on the device broke at some point and was subsequently fixed before being put back up for sale. Chances are you will walk away with a good piece of hardware, but it's always good to walk in with your eyes open.

32GB Galaxy Tab Pro 12.1 on eBay

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Gsizzle

    "This item has been tested and includes a 90 day warranty. This item has been reset to factory settings. When processed may produce extremely light signs of use, which may include very light scratches or scuffs on the casing of the unit."

    Scratches or Scuffs? Yea ... No.

    • mustbepbs

      They have to say that to protect themselves. I've bought 3 refurbished Samsung products over the past year or so and they've all been basically brand new, two of which came with the protective film that comes on brand new units.

      • Mark Washington

        I agree!

  • Jim Fox

    Just so you are aware, the unit I bought from the same company (10.1 2014) was absolutely beautiful, looked brand new. However when I went to update the software to KitKat, it wouldn't and said that the system was modified. Sure enough, the Knox efuse was tripped, so whoever had this before me modified the device (root, bootloader, custom ROM, etc.). This didn't matter to me since it wasn't getting a Samsung warranty anyway (tripping Knox voids warranty usually) and I planned on rooting it myself (and updating ROM). Just if such a thing matters to you be aware, that's why I think these get sold this way.

    • Mark Washington

      Rooting is best thing to do on the device ! But still a bummer that happened

  • Bob Hart

    No Samsung FREE perks for refurb and 90 day warranty = $150 off

    If the price seems too good....

    I recently bought a brand new 64GB Note Pro 12.2 on ebay for $730 and the EE-CP905 keyboard locally.The Samsung Bluetooth keyboard works very well paired to the tablet but wished it was backlit.

    I got rid of the Magazine UX by installing the Google Now Launcher.apk

    This is a very good tablet

  • hanfeedback

    I bought this one AND the note 10.1 2014 from this seller, both will get here this next week.