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Woot! has the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for as Low as $380 Today

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If you are interested in what Samsung has been doing with their Galaxy Note tablet line, you might want to check out Woot! today. The daily sale site has the 10.1″ Note tablet on sale (refurbished) starting at $379.99. That price gets you the 16GB White or Grey version. If you need a bit more storage, Woot! also has a 32GB version as well for a bit more money.

The refurbished tag might give some people pause, but as someone who has purchased a refurbished tablet through Woot! before I’ve had no problems with mine. If you’re looking to get one of the best Android tablets out there right now, this price is going to be hard to beat.

Via: Woot!

  • Um “refurbished” as in “someone else’s previous broken junk” w/ a 90 day warranty? No, just no. For $50 more you an own brand new one with full warranty.

  • I’d love to buy one, but it’s just not in the finances right now. On the bright side I should be able to get it cheaper than this in six months. But then something else will be out that I want more than this.

  • hkklife

    Despite TouchWiz, I’d probably be all over thing if it didn’t have that nasty Samsung proprietary Apple-style connector. The Note 10.1’s performance rocks and the S-Pen seem more useful on a tablet than on a phablet. If it could at least charge over microUSB I’d go for it. Otherwise, I’m gonna hold out for a N10 deal.

  • ddh819

    duh, i clicked on the “buy now” button in the post pic

  • Prox

    Is there a vanilla ROM for the tab 10.1?

    • Justen DeBowles

      I do believe that there is a CM ROM for it already. Though you probably want a TWiz ROM because of the S-pen features. They’re actually pretty good.

      • Prox

        Thanks. I have a TF201 Transformer Prime now, debating on switching over to the Samsung.

  • Brent Cooper

    Anybody with a Note tab, how do you like it?

    • Justen DeBowles

      I love mine honestly. Compared to Samsung’s other beast (N10) screen resolution isn’t as good, but the quad core in it is actually faster on performance and the S-pen adds some great features. It’s good at $500. for sub 400, that’s a steal.

    • J. Gilbertson

      Love it. It’s pretty well replaced using my laptop. Obviously there’s still some things that i’ll always do on a desktop/laptop but it’s been great. Just like anything other samsung really hated getting the cheap plastic feel especially coming from the sleek feel of the transformer prime but the internals are so much better. Pretty fast on ICS, just as fast if not faster on JB. I rarely deal with any ANRs.

    • Althris

      Love mine as well. Have had it for a week now. I got it mostly as a sketchbook, and it works well with Sketchbook Pro.

    • Gonna have to use the L-word as well… Love mine too. The specs are awesome, and it was a good tablet before but now that we got Jelly Bean in the last 3 weeks its BLAZING fast. Plus if you root it you can use multi-window with any program you want! It’s a zero lag multitasking beast. Buy one, you wont regret it.

  • T4rd

    I got one of the TF300T refurbs w/ keyboard dock from W00t back in November. I had to send the tab back for a busted headphone jack and right after we got that back, the keyboard dock fried itself somehow (wife said it was smoking while she was using it!), so now I get to send that back and ASUS makes you pay for shipping ($15 for me). Hopefully Samsung is a bit better for refurbs.

    • J. Gilbertson

      Anyone who has owned something ASUS knows that their quality control sucks. I was so glad to get rid of my TF-201 for a GNote 10.1. So much faster. I will say though that the Nexus 7 has really tempted me.

      • Justen DeBowles

        Get both. I have a N7 and a Note10.1 and they both get plenty of use. The different in form factor puts them in 2 different niches.

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