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[Deal] Woot Selling Refurbished 32GB Nexus 10 for $380

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For the next two days (or until they run out), Woot is selling the 32GB version of the Google Nexus 10 for $380. That’s a heck of a deal. The retail 32GB version of Google’s big-screened tablet runs $499 through Google Play, so even though this is refurbished, you are saving yourselves at least $100. When you compare it to the 16GB version, you are still saving yourself around $20, plus some shipping costs. Shipping on Woot is $5, while Google currently only has a $13 2-day shipping option.

Again, this is refurbished and not brand spankin’ new, though some would argue that refurbished models perform better than new since manufacturers have had a chance to fix issues.

Via:  Woot

Cheers S McCartney!

  • Adam Schadt

    lol dude we’re trolling you calm down

  • Dash Speeds

    I have a note 10.1… any chance someone could enlighten me as to if this would be worth it or not? I don’t have a huge use for the S-pen.

  • elemeno

    Walmart has the 32GB Nexus 10 for $399 and they have a 2 year accidental damage plan for $49. Woot offers a 1 year Square Trade plan for $56. Coworker just went with Walmart… I’m resisting the temptation.

    • duke69111

      Walmart’s is refurbished, but i now see where you were going warranty wise. I only saw the new one at first for $499.

  • Stinker

    “though some would argue that refurbished models perform better than new since manufacturers have had a chance to fix issues.”

    What idiot ever said that?

  • GoBigRed

    Buy now or wait for the rumored Nexus 11?

  • mustbepbs

    Hmm.. I literally just bought a brand new 16 GB Nexus 10 from the Play Store last week..should I return it for this?

  • Hothfox

    Frick. If I weren’t trying to save money for a convention in July, I’d hop on this. I’ve really been wanting a Nexus 10 to replace my Xoom.

  • jakemyster84

    Bought this just a couple of days ago from Woot when they were having a Woot Off, it was 1 penny less then. Just waiting for it in the mail now. I would not be worried about refurbished products either. Like the article mentioned refurbished are usually better then new because they fix known problems even if they haven’t happened yet in the unit.

  • My chromebook is so laggy. I know it’s a different “OS”, but hard for me to get excited about this chipset. Waiting for Samsung’s next gen A15.

    • Justin Barrett

      Which one do you have? I heard they’re supposed to actually reduce lag?

      • The Samsung Arm Chromebook with the same processor as the Nexus 10.

        I love it, but it’s severely underpowered. Can’t wait to see what chromebooks are released this summer!

        • Justin Barrett

          Just out of curiousity (I was looking to buy that same one), what processes do you find that lag on it? I like the fact that it’s only $249 but might consider waiting and paying a bit more if something substantially better is coming out.

          • Basically, if you have more than 4 tabs open (even with swap memory activated), your performance is going to be heavily compromised.

            For example, you can’t play a youtube video in a tab and do something in another without the video actually freezing (but the audio keeps playing). This is stuff you could probably do on a 10 year old PC.

            I love the size and weight of it, and love the keyboard.

            I also have random resets pretty often, but they come and go. I assumed it had something to do with a browser extension, but after googling the problem I see that people even have it with fresh installations.

            I’d still recommend it! I love this little thing. I just can’t wait to see what this summer’s models look like (and if the Pixel was like $700, i would STRONGLY consider it). If they integrate intel haswell processors they might be powerful enough to handle ANYTHING in the browser and also have a ton more battery life. We’ll see.

    • RichardBurdette

      pixel is not laggy at all. use it all the time

  • ToddAwesome

    Is it wrong that I want this slot track race set more? So be it.

  • There is absolutely nothing wrong with refurbished items. My entire home network is run off a couple refurbished routers and I almost never lose connec

    • Looks like it cut out at the end there haha 🙂

      • Duh

        Good job captain obvious

    • Youre right, when its refurbished by the manufacturer!! These nexus are not! They are ‘refurbished’ by a third party! Before i understood this, I got a ‘refurbished’ sony xperia tab s from them a month ago and the screen was literally gorilla glued on to the back and came undone within days. The bottom right of my screen is apart from the back! Careful buying refurbs from guys!

      • Gorilla Glue is expensive stuff, and compliments the Gorilla Glass nicely, so what are you complaining about?

        • James

          The fact that my screen is COMING OFF THE BACK. Are you a little bit down syndrome?

          • Adam Schadt

            Dude calm down and stop complaining. You got what you paid for. Plus, Gorrila Glue is some boss stuff, what’s your preoblem man?

          • James

            I paid for a tablet, and the 3rd day the sreen was coming off. Thats not what a paid for.

  • Refurbished never bothers me..I just never felt the Nexus 10 had the power to backup it’s display. Seems the Tegra 3 Nexus 7 always felt smoother.

    • stevethecat

      I feel the opposite. I had the N7 and sold it and bought a N10. It has been much smoother for me.

  • EricRees

    Bought my XOOM refurbished through Woot! way back in the day and it’s still up and running like a champ. Don’t overlook this just because it’s refurbished.

  • r0lct

    Want so bad, but can’t justify.

    edit:Just got a Chromebook yesterday.

    • Justin Barrett

      I’m thinking about moving away from my aging Macbook (7 years) to a Chromebook.

      • r0lct

        I have the Samsung model.

        Just make sure you aware of all the limitations to Chrome OS and the speed which I can only describe as neutral. I wouldn’t call it slow, but not fast either (vs a Core 2 Duo desktop running Win 8).

        If you’re good with all Chrome apps and browser have to offer than it’s a good device.

        For me it’s a great device when I want to surf and do stuff that I prefer a keyboard and/or large screen (vs my N7) and be highly portable. Plus it obviously ties into all my Google services.

        • vitriolix

          You can sideload ubuntu on them using croutons. It was dead simple and it really works

  • Who’s credit card can I use? 🙂 j/k

    • col3rsc