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Woot! Has Almost Every Android Tablet You Can Name On Sale Today

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Has Christmas come early? Almost every day there is an Android tablet on sale somewhere out there, but never do we see as many in one place as we are seeing with Woot! today. Twenty seven tablets, that’s right 27, are being offered up at discounted prices today. It’s too big of a sale not to take a look at.  

Everything from a 32GB Nexus 10 ($329.99) to a 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10 ($299.99) is on this list. Galaxy Note tablets, ASUS Transformers and even a few low-end Polaroid models are up for sale. However, if you are someone who has to have their presents brand-new out of the plastic, be warned. Almost all of these have either been factory reconditioned or refurbished, if there is any difference between the two. Another perfect opportunity to get ahead of your holiday season shopping just before Halloween hits.

Hit the link below for the full list and prices.

Via: Woot!

  • TeeJay1100

    Would jump on a Nexus 10 but the new one should be releasing soon!!

  • Sjschwar

    Archos? HTC flyer? Adam notion ink? Xyboard? XOOM? toshiba excite? lenovo ideatab?
    ok that may be all i can name that isn’t there…

  • morpheus282

    I’m debating on the Galaxy Note 8.0… Not sure if I need/want it badly enough though. Anyone have kind words or criticism for the device that could push me over the edge either way?

    • morpheus282

      Would it help If I mentioned that I’d be upgrading from a Xyboard 8.2?

  • Pedro

    What? No XYBOARD?

  • deejarve
  • Ian Smith

    worthless

  • Chuck Ehrlich

    Meijer has the new 32gb Nexus 7 for $199

    • M3D1T8R

      You had me excited until i searched for it and found it’s the 2012 model like I already have. I need a deal on the 2013 32GB.

  • jdroid

    I find it odd people are buying the Samsung 500T for $379 when you can buy an Asus T100 for $400 and its roughly twice as fast with usb 3.

  • sean parmenter

    I’m impressed by these dirt cheap prices! Equally as impressive is woot’s use of
    “Smörgåsbord”

  • NorCalGuy

    Except for the one tablet called a ….o ya nexus 7 probably the one that most people are looking to get.

    • michael arazan

      I’d get the new 3013 model. My N 7 2012 model is already showing some glitches and ware. I use it for gaming, surfing news sites , and videos the most. And the battery loses more juice faster now. Used to get 4-5 days worth now down to 2 if I’m lucky, and it won’t be a year old till November 18th

      • NorCalGuy

        Unlucky for you my 2012 runs just fine barely slower than my 2013 7 sometimes they just need a little love, maybe a new ROM or kernel. I can still get 4-5 days with little use out of my 2012, use it as my chromecast remote for movies and music. The 2013 for surfing and my gf uses it but I still use my old reliable og Xoom which I still update with new ROMs and what not the optimizations never really end with nexus devises as long as the dev community is still behind them.

  • John Malin

    That Samsung windows 8 tab looks tempting. If only it wasn’t an atom processor. I guess it would have to be for battery life

    • DoctorJB

      I have the new T100 with the Bay Trail atom and it is ridiculous. I can manipulate a 1.8gb jpeg in real time (we use high resolution imaging at work). Couldn’t be happier with it.

  • master94

    I wouldn’t call that a sale

  • MichaelFranz

    did anyone look and see the size of the galaxy tab 2 7.0. funny looking

    • morpheus282

      Looks like the image got stretched put a bit on the X axis.

  • http://techonblogger.ward.pro/ Stynkfysh

    And I am interested in none of them…

  • argeebee99

    I am no fan of refurbished/reconditioned electronics.

    • T4rd

      Yeah, I got burnt on last years refurb Asus TF300 deal on Woot. I had to RMA the tab AND keyboard dock TWICE and they broke a third time! Asus’s RMA process is abysmal too; I have to pay $20+ shipping every time to them and they refused to give me a shipping label after the multiple RMAs, then I had to wait 3-4 weeks to get the replacement/repaired device back. So I no longer buy Asus products just because of that. I know their RMA process for PC parts are just as bad.

      • Manthas

        I’ve stopped buying ASUS products after dealing with their ridiculously abysmal customer service people with the last mobo I bought from them. Honestly, Google partner or not, I would never buy a Nexus 7 because of the manufacturer.

  • MotoXYZ

    These Polaroid “tablets” run ICS out of the box and have the all impressive 512mb Ram. I’d rather burn $50.

    • anneholder1000

      One of the best sources for Android Tablets is Tab l e t Sp r i n t — they have the innovative new Tegra Note 7 for $219 and one of the “best buys” for a tablet – the Pipo M7 Pro for $255 — with 16GB, an 8.9″ 1900×1200 display, Quad Core processor with 2GB, Bluetooth and built-in GPS – and a 3G version is available for slightly more… this site is worth reviewing.

    • Justin W

      Just send that $50 my way and I’ll throw it in the fireplace for you…

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      • jaidecaulfield

        Another “best buy” contender is the new Pipo M7 Pro($255) from Pipo Electronics — and offers a “perfect size” between a compact and full size tablet that’s still easy to carry in one hand — and features an 8.9-inch 1900X1200 display (Samsung PLS screen); along with a Quad-Core processor – 1.6 GHz / 2GB Ram – 16GB memory; and built-in GPS navigation; plus offers Bluetooth, WiFi, premium dual speakers, a large capacity 6300 mAh battery, and Dual-Band WiFi (2.4/5.0 GHz). This new model also offers a microSD memory card slot (which Nexus 7 doesn’t offer), Dual Cameras, two MicroUSB connection ports and Android 4.2.2 O/S; and a 3G HSPA+ edition is available for slightly more that works with most GSM Network Carriers worldwide, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Straight Talk…

        More on the Pipo M7 Pro at– Tab l e t Sp r i nt– which also features a few other new tablets to launch this month worth considering.

  • D1andOnlyOmen

    And they’re all “Factory Reconditioned” or “Refurbished”…..still too much $$$ in those “conditions” IMO…..

    • Jarred Sutherland

      Probably find better deals on swappa.com or similar sites.

    • http://www.droid-life.com/ Eric Rees

      Mentioned that in the story. And I bought a refurbished XOOM from them two years ago that is still working great! :^)

    • TalonDesigns

      I’ll second the comment from Eric…

      I’ve purchased Galaxy Tabs, Xoom Tablets, and even the Dell Streak (my bad) – and have had no issues with the refurbished/reconditioned condition. Not from Woot (directly) but from other places.

      My experience though. Maybe I just got lucky.

  • TMKvamme

    Anyone used the Pyle tablets?

    I mean I know they aren’t going to be great… but just how crappy are they?

    • Ian

      doesn’t the name pretty much cover it?

    • MotoXYZ

      I’ve never used one but personally I’d save up for the Nexus 7. I think you’d be pretty disappointed with the performance.

  • Philip J. Fry

    Is that a good price on the nexus 10? Thinking about picking one up.

    • z

      New nexus 10 should be released in a couple days or so.. I would wait it out.

      • Philip J. Fry

        Then that’s what i’ll do. Thanks.

      • hkklife

        New Nexus 10 is rumored to have a Snapdragon 800, 3GB RAM, better cameras and smaller dimensions all around. I’d personally wait it out but the existing N10, especially in 32GB form, is still one of the best Android devices around, especially if you aren’t a hardcore gamer.

    • sc0rch3d

      the REAL philip j fry would never question what to do with his money

      • Philip J. Fry

        Iv’e been spending all my money on slurm here recently :(

    • mustbepbs

      The old Nexus 10 sucks. Don’t bother with it.

      • http://www.DavidPat.com David Pat

        Disagree. Best tablet on the market imo. AMAZING screen.

        The only comparable tablet is the Nexus 7 which is too small for me.

        • mustbepbs

          It’s a slow piece of **** with a horrible GPU.

          Sorry.