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Deal: Woot has the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Starting at $344

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Daily deal aficionado, Woot, is currently hosting what it believes is the ultimate Samsung Galaxy tablet blowout. I wouldn’t necessarily disagree with their mindset, since the tablet lineup includes the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014), which was Samsung’s flagship tablet from September of last year up until the NotePRO lineup was introduced at CES. We’re talking S Pen, an Octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and a gorgeous 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600. This is a top-of-the-line tablet, my friends.

Woot has both 16GB and 32GB versions available, also in white or black. The 16GB model can be grabbed for $344.99, while the 32GB version will run you $384.99. If you need something to compare to, we can look to Amazon, which is selling the 16GB and 32GB models at $499 and $549, respectively. 

Keep in mind that these tablets through Woot are “factory recertified,” so they aren’t exactly brand new. With that said, some believe that recertified or refurbished models are often better than originals since bugs and hardware defects have been worked out.

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Cheers Paul and Brandon!
  • Cliff M Chesley
  • Kavin William

    Thanks for sharing your views. Nowadays technology have many branches which is included in samsung. Get various type of samsung parts are available.

  • greggwon

    Used android resale has been quite popular lately. Is this because of poor manufacturing, or people finding something that works better for them?

    Samsung is pushing a lot of volume in their bid to dominate the market. Perhaps there isn’t quite the market for their product?

  • BOB Dudek
  • Vince Collier

    Great deal! I’ve been REALLY tempted to get one … either one of these or the Note Pro 12.2. I just can’t decide. Hoping to start seeing refurbs on the 12.2 soon. I LOVE factory refurbs. All parts replaced back to factory specs and backed with a factory warranty at a fraction of the price of new. GREAT way to save TONS on stuff!

  • crazed_z06

    refurbs doe

    • shooter50

      please, no ebonics on Droid Life

      • Generation-Y

        Shut up old lady!

    • The Narrator

      I guess people like sloppy seconds.

  • JohnPA2006

    Nice deal, $344 for the 16gb, pop in a 64gb micro SD card and your good to go.

  • Ray

    Great deal

    • The Narrator

      Not for a refurb

      • Dave

        Wow. Hey stop commenting on Samsung articles if you are going to continue to bash on them. This is an excellent deal regardless if it’s refurbished! We understand you hate this company but please stop looking, you are starting to get annoying now.

        • The Narrator

          Refurbs are garbage, regardless of the company. Calm your tits brah

          • Dave

            Your a troll regardless if you live in your mom basement.

          • The Narrator

            You’re*

          • Paul Hansen

            While I too am a grammar nazi, you’re just making his point…

          • The Narrator

            People can cry all they want. I’m laughing.

          • flosserelli

            Not necessarily. I bought a refurbed Xoom almost 2 years ago and it is still going strong.
            Refurbs are a crapshoot. Sometimes you come out ahead, sometimes you don’t.

          • j

            100% inaccurate statement, which leads me to believe your opinion is completely unsubstantiated.

          • The Narrator

            Most of the time they are. I like buying new. Not somebody elses trash.

          • KleenDroid

            Sometimes a refurb may be fine. But I don’t see the point unless it is about 75% off.

            Otherwise I will just pay a little more and get new.

            For $75 I would buy one in a heartbeat.

          • j

            So now it’s ‘most of the time’, which also is not true. I’ve purchased many many ‘refurbs’ and most of the time they ARE 100% fine, not trash. Any idea what happens with UNUSED open box items returned to most locations (retail or not)?? They get sent to be re-certified/reconditioned and sold as a refurb..

          • shooter50

            dumb statement

          • The Narrator

            Cool brah!

          • mcdonsco

            You’re an idiot.

          • The Narrator

            Personal insults, cool brah!

          • bisayan

            Omg u may be an idiot but ur making me laugh with all ur dumb comment’s!! COOL BRAh!! lmfao!!

          • The Narrator

            the education system has failed us

          • bisayan

            You mean your education system has failed you? BRAh? lolzz

          • mcdonsco

            Depends on the company actually…from apple and samsung I’ve bought several refurbished and was not able to distinguish it from new…at all…

          • Jarred Sutherland

            Yes they are garbage .. in fact please never buy a refurb, I’d rather people with a clue save cash.

        • Eskimo128

          I like refurbs – typically it means someone’s actually tested the functionality on every one instead of doing a random QA sample..

      • Open1Your1Eyes0

        Used 16GB are being sold on Swappa for less than the 32GB refurb here.