The Nexus 7 is coming up on a year old at this point, but it's still a capable tablet with a great screen. If you don't mind using last year's hardware, the Nexus 7 can be had at a nice discount on eBay today. You get your choice of the 16GB, 32GB, or 32GB LTE variant for up to $70 off.
Amazon is really pushing its Android Appstore now that the Fire TV is a thing. Even if you don't have a Fire TV, you can get plenty of free Amazon Coins from downloading free apps, plus extra Coins when you buy things. The Plex app is usually $4.99 in Google Play and Amazon, but it's down to $0.99 (or 99 Coins) right now.
If you were tempted to pick up a refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 during the deal we posted earlier this week, but the 16GB internal storage left you wanting, an even more enticing offer just appeared on eBay. For just $11 more, you can score a model with 32GB built-in!
- 10.1-inch 2560 x 1600 Super LCD display (~299 ppi)
- Exynos 5 Octa (1.9 GHz Quadcore + 1.3 GHz Quadcore)
- 3GB RAM
- 32GB internal storage + MicroSD expandable storage
- 8MP rear camera / 2MP front camera
- S-Pen Stylus
These are manufacturer refurbished units and should operate as if they are fresh off the factory floor, but they may have "light signs of use." This is a pretty remarkable deal for a 2014 model (released Oct 2013), especially since $415 is the lowest price available for a matching refurbished unit on Amazon.
We might not be able to get you a deal on Nvidia's new Portal and Half-Life 2 ports, but there is some other cool stuff on sale in the Android ecosystem today. So dry those tears and get ready to spend.
Time to check your email – Google is sending out some deals to an unknown number of users. If you get the magic email, Google will let you buy up to five new-ish albums for $1.99 each. This is attached to specific accounts, so there's no way to get access to the deal unless you are selected by the all-powerful Google computer.