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Deal: Woot! Sale on Factory Reconditioned Nexus 7 2013: $189 for 16GB, $219 for 32GB

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Android fanatics, is there anything in the world better than a Nexus tablet? The build quality, hackability, and level of manufacturer support all make the Nexus 7 one of the most sensible gadget purchases ever. Even the price point is competitive, given the high-end internals. That said, you can never go wrong with sales, and today’s deal from Woot! isn’t bad.

The Amazon-owned deal site is offering both Nexus 7 2013 storage configurations “factory reconditioned,” which really means refurbished. Still, $189 for 16GB and $219 for 32GB is nothing to sneeze at; that’s $50 bucks off retail.

The deal won’t last much longer, so grab a tablet at the source link if you’re interested.

Woot! Link: Nexus 7 2013

 

  • DoctorJB

    Was $169 for Asus refurb during the holidays.

  • Dan

    New at BB for $10 more…

    • C-Law

      Plus best buy gives you at $25 Google play credit so it’s actually cheaper new

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    The fact that I already took one back and I’m second guessing myself at the new deals means I don’t really want one. I’m not in love with it like I was with the original.

  • skinja99

    “The the build quality, hackability, and level of manufacturer support all make the Nexus 7 one of the most sensible gadget purchases ever.”

    I don’t think it is at all “sensible.” A tablet is basically a toy. It isn’t a tool the way a laptop or phone is.

    Yes, great manufacturer support. And great hackability. But I don’t think the build quality is anything to brag about on the N7.

    • Awkward Pony

      The build quality is quite nice on the 2013 N7. It’s certainly worthy of comment for those looking to buy one.

  • Penguin

    blah refurbished..

    • Chris

      its just as good as new. plus its cheaper.

      • C-Law

        No. 199 at best buy plus a $25 Google play credit. That’s cheaper

    • Blue Sun

      I’ve bought tons of devices over the years refurbished. The only device I would ever hesitate buying refurbished is the Nexus 7.

  • Geekdad

    Not worth it for a refurbished unit with a 90 day warranty.

  • Michael

    “The the build quality”……?

    • Kyle Wiggers

      It’s surprisingly good.

      • Michael

        Do you think you could proofread before you post? the other guys don’t make this many mistakes