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Refurbished Nexus 10 Tablets Show Up on Groupon, Priced at $429.99


It’s hard to pass up a good Groupon sometimes, especially when it focuses on a flagship Android device. Today, they’re offering up a refurbished Nexus 10 32GB for the price of $429.99, down from its list price of $499.99. That’s a total of $70 in discounts, plus on orders of $15 or more (or something like that), shipping is free. Kind of a win/win if buying a refurb’d device doesn’t bother you. 

The Nexus 10 is still a heavyweight in its respective category. With an extremely high resolution of 2560 x 1600, a dual-core Exynos processor, and 2GB of RAM, the Nexus 10 is still one beast of a tablet.

Buy. ($429.99)

Cheers NCSUgolfer01!

  • Brit Spears

    Another tablet deal this week through a site called Tablet Sprint — is the Novo 10 Hero II that’s priced at $209 and this model launched in February 2013 and offers a full size, 10-Inch display and features a Quad Core processor, an HD 1280×800 IPS Screen, as well as Dual 2 Megapixel Cameras, a MicroSd Memory Card slot, Android 4.2 O/S, Google Play store, and an HDMI 1080p port with 4K HD output to stream video to a TV — this tablet is manufactured by Ainol Electronics, which won runner up for Best Tablet of the Year Award at the 2012 CES Electronics Show. TabletSprint also offers $25 in Bonus Apps.

  • afazel

    Who provides the warranty if you buy it refurbished?

  • Kyle Cordiano

    Nice device. Gorgeous clear screen, but you cannot see that outside in sunlight to save your life.

  • xenu

    Ugh, way too much bezel.

  • droidify

    I would hate to buy this with googe i/o approaching. I know it’s unlikely to see a revision to the 10 so soon but with reports of the sales being so pitiful, I wouldn’t bet against it. If nothing else they may do a price cut similar to what we saw back in October on the 7.

  • This couldn’t happen at a worse time for me. Right before vacation season….grrrr

  • RaptorOO7

    Nice but I will wait. Google really needs microSD expansion on their devices. 32GB is ok for apps but if you want multimedia on the go you need a 64GB microSD too.

    • i don’t really understand their insistence on not including an sd slot, other than pushing people towards drive, maybe.

      • ostensibly

        Drive would be great if you could use it on international flights. Til then, give me removable storage.

        • michael arazan

          You can use drive storage as save for offline use on pre selected items

      • Kevin Hill

        They do it because using programs with an external sd slot becomes confusing. Don’t remember exactly what that does, but I think it makes the CPU do more processing, therefore adding more unnecessary lag. Don’t care if I’m wrong, but that’s what I think what’s going on.

  • This is at least a more palatable price for the 32GB version, but should probably be the original price. $100 for the extra 16 GB is insane.

    • gukibupytew

      my classmate’s sister-in-law makes $74 every hour on the computer. She has been fired from work for 7 months but last month her payment was $19904 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read more on  Zap22.c­om

  • Waiting for Nexus 7/10 v2

    • I’ve been holding out to see what the future holds for the next Nexus 10 (or bigger) as well as the next full-size Note tablet.

    • EC8CH

      already have a 7, but I’m curious too what the future holds for the 10 update.