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eBay Selling New 32GB Nexus 10 Tablets for Only $360

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eBay is hosting a deal on new Nexus 10 32GB tablets, priced at just $359.99. That’s $140 less than what they are listed for on Google Play. The Nexus 10 is still a well-performing device, still getting timely updates from Google. With a 10.1″ display (2560 x 1600) and Exynos 5 dual-core processor, this tablet will still make any Android fan happy. 

Again, these are new and not refurbished. Not a bad deal if a Nexus tablet has been on your wishlist.

Via: eBay

Cheers Chris!

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  • Secret Blasian Man

    It says that the listing has ended. The same seller has relisted it but at $419 (how appropriate LOL):


  • dennis

    I’ll stick with my Note 2 and save my money.

  • Austin_tacious

    I’m hoping this is a sign of the, still unannounced, 2nd gen Nexus 10. I’m holding out.

  • overclock

    How does this compare with the Asus TF700? I have the TF700 but find myself using it less and less due to how laggy it is. I know the lag isn’t just my perception as it is a common complaint about the TF700.

    • jeesung

      have you tried CROMI-X ROM? it’s significantly better than stock.

    • T_Dizzle

      I didn’t buy an Asus for that reason, all the reading I did pointed to the N10 and they were right. I rom everything but the N10 is still running stock.

  • nosedive94

    I sense a new Nexus 10 coming with the Nexus 5

  • Kyle Lehman

    I was disgusted to hear GameStop advertising on the radio that they will give you $160 store credit for trading in a Google Nexus 10. I hope no one who bought it is that dumb to get rid of it at that price.

  • Joe Mihalich

    Daaaaaaaaamn. Got 2 for my kids for christmas. That’s less than the 16GB price. My Nexus 10 still rocks…can play the best games out there still.

  • Mike

    How big of an upgrade is this to my old Moto Xoom 10″ tablet? I might be interested but not if it’s only marginally faster then the Xoom. My Xoom still works fine just a little lag sometimes.

    • mustbepbs

      The last time I used a Xoom, it hurt how slow it was. It might have been from the customer’s abuse, but anything is faster than a Xoom.

      • jeesung

        AOSP 4.3 was a breath of fresh air for my Xoom, but i am tempted by this offer . . .

      • Todd

        Had to of been. Or mine is just a freakish fast one even after 2+ years.

    • The Nexus 10 was the Xoom’s successor, truth be told. The Xoom was updated by Google and was the reference device for Honeycomb and for the 10″ tablet configurations of Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean 4.1. Basically, the Xoom was a Nexus in everything but its name. To go from the Xoom to the Nexus 10 is like the difference between black and white and color TV. It’s that big of a difference.

      P.S. I still have a Xoom as well. I use it purely as a stereo in my bedroom. I have it sitting on a speaker dock and it just streams from my Google Music account at night when I go to sleep. haha

      The Xoom is my favorite Android device of all time, but use a Nexus 10 for five minutes and you’ll never touch your Xoom again.

      • Mike

        I’ll jump on this deal then. I’m going to use my old Xoom as a GPS device for my truck. It’s amazing how much better Every Android device made is at GPS than a purpose built GPS.

      • Todd

        Other than the screen there isn’t much difference other than no HDMI or SD card slot

        • Mike Hilal

          Delusional much?

          • Todd

            Care to elaborate much? Thanks

          • Todd

            I’m curious. Since you still own a Xoom. What apps do you have installed? Mine seriously doesn’t lag even if I try to make it. I lied it will lag when downloading 2 movies sometimes from the utorrent app but that doesn’t really count.

          • Mike Hilal

            I have maybe 20 apps on the device. It lags every time there is a notification, every time an app updates itself, every time you slide the trebuchet quickly. The least lag is on AOKP 4.0.4 (i forget which build) with elemental 1.2 kernel oc’ed to 1.7 and the GPU cranked up as high as they will let it. Turning off the animations and all the things that make the device seem fluid does not equal a good experience (for most, me included). I have 100+ apps on my 10 and it only stutters the first time you move the home screen after it’s been asleep for a while. Even if there are 40 apps updating in the background at once, it still runs like there is nothing going on…and it’s 100% stock (unrooted w/ locked BL). The 10 is like lightning compared to the xoom when loading graphical apps (zynga games, for example). The xoom is also a brick with a fuzzy (by comparison) screen. The only thing it’s still good for is a google music streamer / slingbox player. Anyone who’s had both (excluding you, obv) will agree that it’s nowhere near the same experience…other that their both landscape tablets and both “nexus” experiences.

    • Mike Hilal

      Humongous. The xoom, even rommed and cranked up to 1.7ghz, cannot hold a candle to the N10

      • Todd

        That’s a ridiculous comment to make. I assume you don’t own a Xoom do you?

        • Mike Hilal

          I own both. Clearly you have never tough touched a 10. The tegra2 is a candle in the sun compared to the a15 exynos 5250. The screen is lighyears better. It’s 1/10th the weight and it can run 4.3 smoothly vs the lag beast the Xoom WiFi 32 is now. The last time it didn’t lag was on 4.0.4

          • Todd

            Yes…clearly! In raw performance numbers sure the Xoom sucks. Real life ? Nah. Yours must be messed up or you never turned off window animation and all that crap. That was the only time mine lagged was when I upgraded to JB. Figured out if you turn off those3 aanimations you won’t get lag ever. At least mine doesn’t. Shoot my chromebook lags more than my Xoom.

          • Todd

            Or you have a bunch of crap apps installed on your Xoom.

  • Take advantage of this, people. The Nexus 10 is still the single best Android tablet at any price. Samsung absolutely hit it out of the park.

    • mustbepbs

      Maybe it’s the best 10 inch tablet, but there aren’t many in that category. The N10 has its flaws. The new N7 is the best Android tablet on the market for general tablet use. N10 is a lag fest.

      • My N10 isn’t a lagfest at all. Every Android device will lag here and there on occasion. That’s the nature of the beast…but my N10 is fast as can be.

        • mustbepbs

          I know Android lags, but the resolution of the N10 really does it no favors coupled with the GPU. It seems like a rushed product. Mine would get laggy with ePUBs, PDFs, and quite a few apps with a lot on the screen.

      • T_Dizzle

        Mine is still blazing fast. Maybe yours has an issue ours doesn’t.

    • Eric

      A huge down side IMO is the GPU.

    • hkklife

      Agreed. I like the N10’s haptic feedback, better speakers, dual charging options, and longer battery life over the 2013 N7. Heck, all the existing N10 needs is a SoC boost and maybe a tad better camera and battery capacity and it’d still be a formidable competitor. And surprisingly, the N10.boots up faster than the N7 and has more available free space out of the box.

    • jasonTholder

      A new Android tablet to launch this week with some great features and price and is available through –Tab l e t Sp r i nt —

      The new Pipo M6 Pro($297) compares to the Nexus 10 and packs in a solid device with a 9.7 inch 2048X1536 retina-quality display using Samsung PLS technology; along with a Quad-Core processor – 1.6 GHz / 2GB Ram – 32GB memory; and built-in GPS, Bluetooth, MicroSD card storage, premium front speakers, a large capacity 10,000 mAh battery, Dual-Band WiFi (2.4/5.0 GHz), Dual Cameras, and Android 4.2.2; a 3G HSPA+ edition with SIM card slot is available for an additional $30 — with Internet through AT&T, T-Mobile and Straight Talk Wireless and an Android phone SIM card may be used interchangeably with both phone and tablet.

  • Lucky Armpit

    While this is a great deal, I’m waiting for the new model later this year.

    • If the new Nexus 10 is indeed made by Asus and not Samsung (as rumors seem to suggest), make sure you stock up on popcorn. The Internet is going to blow up with “OMG!!! This is the first time in 3 years that Samsung doesn’t have an active-generation Nexus device!!! Clearly this means that Google and Samsung’s relationship has gone sour. Samsung is going to go 100% Tizen soon and ditch Android entirely!!!!”

      That’s ridiculous, of course, but it’ll provide good fodder for the Android blogs for a day or two.

      You heard it here first.

  • T_Dizzle

    Love mine.

  • Ian

    Do you think Staples would price match to $360 and then take the $75 off for Samsung tablet?

    • mustbepbs

      Staples.com will price match prices at select competitors’ websites and Staples’ retail stores. These select competitors are: Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Office Depot, Office Max, Quill, Medical Arts Press, Reliable, Sam’s Club, Wal–mart, WB Mason and Xerox. Items must be sold and shipped by one of these competitors.

      Source: Their website.

      tl;dr: Just call them.

      • n11

        “Excuse me, do you price-match a website called ‘eds-electronix.com’? They have fabulous deals with pretty much everything 80% off.”

    • jbegs

      Staples considers the manufacturer for the Nexus 10 to be Google not Samsung, so the coupon might not work.

      • Ian

        I’m sure you could argue, it does have Samsung embedded in the backside.

    • Jacob Mustin

      Coupon says its not valid with any other offer 🙁

      • Ian

        I wonder if they consider price matching to be an offer though…

  • jo

    too high by 300 dollars

    • Ian

      Ever used one?

    • T4rd

      You’re too high. =p

    • You’re too high. Clearly you took that $300 and dropped it on weed.