If you're dead set on getting a tablet but not dropping a penny over $100 on it...then you can't really expect to get a top-of-the-line gadget. If you're aware of what a Benny will get, however, then this deal may be one for you. For today only, you can get a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite from eBay Daily Deals for one, single, solitary hundred dollar bill (free shipping, too). Well, you can't actually send them a bill, but you get the idea.
If you want a mid-sized tablet with a high-resolution screen, LTE connectivity, and you don't mind going with Amazon's ecosystem, but don't want to spend much money, today's Gold Box deal should be particularly compelling. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE version (the previous high-end Kindle Fire model, from late 2012) is discounted by $80 today, bringing its price down to $219.
There's just one catch: it's a refurbished model.
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.
The Amazon Appstore may not be the first place many of us head when it's time to grab a new app, but it's quite the spot for free stuff. Today only, Amazon is offering up nine photography apps for free or at discounted prices. To make things better, you get 100 Amazon coins for each download. By hitting up each app, you can get up to $9 in Amazon coins that you can spend on apps or in-app purchases.
Amazon's Appstore now has access to Rockstar's PS2-era open world crime trilogy, Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas. Unfortunately, it looks like these editions are only for the Kindle Fire tablets and the new Fire TV set-top box. But if you do have any of those Amazon devices, and you buy Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for $6.99, you'll get a whopping 2000 Amazon Coins ($20 in Amazon Appstore credit) for free.
A brand new 2013 Nexus 7 will set you back $229 to $269, depending on how much memory is crammed inside. This isn't a bad price considering the quality and capability of the hardware, but who doesn't love for cheap things to be even cheaper? So here's a deal that does just that. You can currently pick up a refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 on eBay for just $149. Yeah, it's not new, but it's not full price either.
The Galaxy S5 already has pretty decent battery life, but ZeroLemon wants it to last quite a bit longer. The phone comes with 2800mAh of juice out of the box, but ZeroLemon has an extended battery, case included, that will bump that up to 7500mAh. That's over twice the battery life, and you can now get your hands on it through Amazon for $49.99.
This case will offer your phone some extra protection, but it does have a few drawbacks.
The impressive Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition has gradually dropped in price in the time since its launch, but the 16GB option is still going for $479 new on Amazon. Today you can get a refurbished one off eBay for $339. That's nearly $150 less, enough to beg the question: How much is new really worth, anyway?
We've seen refurbished versions of the tablet dip below $400 before, but this is a new low.