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Grab a New 16GB Nexus 7 [2013] Off of eBay for Just $199

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Been meaning to land yourself a new Nexus 7, but didn’t feel like paying the full $230 for the 16GB model? Well, eBay is currently hosting a sale on the Google-powered slate, 16GB for just $199.99. The tablets are new, unopened, factory sealed for $30 off of the Google Play price tag. 

Supplies are limited, so you best hurry and pull the trigger before they are all gone.

Via: eBay

Cheers Joseph!

  • DJVin

    Looks like the deal was too sweet to last. Up to $265 now.

  • Redsun

    No thanks, I can get 2 new iPad minis for this price. No, wait….

  • mcdonsco

    Why? Touchscreen doesn’t work right.

    • Christopher Moore

      I had touchscreen problems and bad back light bleeding as well. I was so pissed because I was able to score a 32gig model for $215 at officemax during the first week of release but took it back. I’m very hesitant to buy one unless it’s instore but I don’t want to pay full retail.
      My used 2012 is doing very good but it’s only 8gig. Black Friday is around the corner so let’s see what happens.

  • Jaime Salame

    Just bought one too… woohoo!! and i got a coupon code from Paypal $15 off.. so total was $184, that is a deal for a brand new nexus 7 (2nd gen)

  • joejoe5709

    Meh. At this point I wouldn’t purchase one until I saw what Black Friday brings.

  • JD_26

    Bought 1 too thanks DL

  • hokieputter

    been holding out on buying a tablet. have had my doubts around how useful one would really be to me. bit the bullet and picked up one of these earlier today. along with a poetic slimline from amazon. all in for $218. N7 and case for less than full retail of the N7 alone? seems like a solid deal to me..

    • JD_26

      did u mean 281 … link ?

      • hokieputter

        no, i meant $218. i bought the N7 on ebay ($200) and the poetic slimline from amazon ($18).

  • ricardo_r21

    I’m still waiting on my 2013 Nexus 7 from kitkat/Google. I won and haven’t received confirmation of anything via email or anything 🙁

    • Alan Fortte

      Congrats. I won a $5 Google Play credit. I was hoping for a Nexus, but better $5 than $229…

  • decayo

    Are these things safe to buy? I’ve been wanting one but I’ve been scared away by the reports of problems (touch screen, reboots, etc.).

    • DJ SPY

      I have one and haven’t experienced any problems.

    • mcdonsco

      I’m on my 3rd one which is hitting ebay at this point; the problems aren’t immediately noticeable and someone could easily just think they stink at typing on it; but it’s not them it’s the device. I know a number of people with them, all have the same issues, many have exchanged (some multiple times) and there’s also a thread on Google’s product forums with thousands with the same issue.

      Not sure how / why DL or other tech sites haven’t shown a BRIGHT light on this issue; seems most just want to act like it doesn’t exist…But it does.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    I’ll but an N7 after I buy an N5.

    • Bob G

      No love for N10?

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Nah. I gave up on 10 inchers too big especially in 16*10. Anywhere between 7 and 8 is my range.

  • Getting the 32gb LTE version from T-mobile with free 200mb data plan for life.

    • Bob G

      I hope you don’t require that much LTE usage for life then. Love the idea, hate the cap.

      • loisscott325

        as Cheryl responded I can’t believe that a person able to earn $6220 in a few weeks on the computer. have you read this web page http://www.works77.com

  • Ben Johnson

    After the problems with my Transformer Prime and buying that from an un-certified re-seller, I will stick to buying from Best Buy or Google. If I would have done that with my Prime I could have returned it for a full refund at Best Buy once Asus screwed us all over. Sadly I am still stuck with it…

    • Sharrief Ibn Kamal Shabazz

      I have a Prime as well (TF201). In what way did Asus screw me (aside from revoking the warranty when i unlocked the bootloader)?

      • Ben Johnson

        Well the horrible construction by using an aluminum housing with out including a way for Wifi and GPS signals to properly get to the device all well advertising both of these features before its release.

        A short time after the release, meaning those who pre-ordered probably already got theirs, they took GPS off the list of features list because of all the problems. This is why they released their free dongle which is an eye sore and in my opinion a horrible work around solution by Asus. Not to mention the fact not that long after it’s release they Asus released essentially the same tablet, but with all the problems of the Prime fixed (the 300 and 700).

        I have sent my Prime in a few times for asus to fix the wifi which still cant get signal across my 800 sq ft. apartment when all my other devices have full bars.

        Also, the fact that Best Buy decided they were will in to take back tablets that were over a year old because of all the problems and the fact that I just got a check in the mail ($17, hooray I can go buy a meal!) from Asus as part of a class action lawsuit against them for the Prime has to say something.

        If you aren’t having problems, that is awesome, but mine has been nothing but.

        • kyle

          Man i had the same exact experience and I’m really disappointed. I got so excited to buy my first tablet and that thing sucked so horrendously. Eventually i dropped a jar of flour on it and could never return it for the full refund for how awful it turned out to be. The biggest issue you didnt even mention is IO performance.. its unusable.

          • Ben Johnson

            I really have nothing against Asus. I am actually itching to get the nexus 7, just can’t justify it when I have a tablet that works, even if it works poorly. I just think they handled themselves poorly when I came to the Prime considering it was supposed to be top of the line when it came out.

          • kyle

            yeah thats the kicker.. was supposed to be top of the line.. right after my preorder shippe they announced the infinity one that fixed all the problems. I got the Nexus 7 2013 and love it! 10″ is just too big anyways

          • mcdonsco

            They are also handling themselves very poorly with the N7 as well. It’s touchscreen is 100% faulty, yet, no real fixes, no recalls – no changes in manufacturing (that I know of) to correct in future versions…It’s just being completely ignored.

      • mcdonsco

        I remember that device, I was TOTALLY excited about it and after trying several from several different retailers I just couldn’t get a decent wifi signal on any of them further than say two rooms over from the router. If you use it close to a router/AP all the time, then it wouldn’t be a problem; otherwise it was a design flaw.

  • 18footJ

    The seller is Cookie Electronics and I doubt that they’re an authorized reseller. So probably no warranty.

    • Vetal

      so no warranty if its not a certified re-seller? how could you check if they are a certified re-seller? if thats the case a squaretrade warranty is in order.

    • mustbepbs

      But it’s new. Wouldn’t it have the manufacturer’s warranty?

  • Chris

    MotherF*Cker! I just bought one HAHA!

  • Mike Podruchny

    Also seems there is finally a deal on a 32GB version: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=310777494914

    • Eric

      Not sure how thats a deal? It says nothing about LTE…

      • Mike Podruchny

        List price on the 32GB is $269, so it is the same $30 off as the deal mentioned here. The equivalent deal for an LTE model would be at least $300

        • Eric

          The list price is $269 and this listing is $290? How is it a deal?

          • Mike Podruchny

            Ok. It seems the price has changed on that listing. It started at $239.

  • Daeshaun Griffiths

    And free shipping? Whaaaaaaat