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Deal: Factory Reconditioned Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi+LTE 32GB for $269

What, you are telling me that you don’t already have an Android tablet? It’s time to fix that. Android tablets are great. You can leave them on your couch, play games or browse the web, plus they are the perfect companion devices for a few of your favorite shoes.

Regardless of what you will use it for, Woot! currently has a deal on reconditioned Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi+LTE tablets, pricd at $269.99, which usually retail at $349.99 on Google Play. 

The tablets comes with 32GB of storage, a 7″ 1920 x 1200 HD display, Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, plus plenty of other specs to keep you entertained.

With the LTE connectivity, you can take this tablet to either AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile, then set it up with mobile data. That way, no matter where you go, you can be surfing the web or playing your games in style.

What are you waiting for?

Woot! Link ($269.99)

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  • moew

    What about people that rent/lease/edge/finance/whatevercarrierrentplaniscalled? I OWN all my devices without a yearly “contract”.

  • Tyler Spurgeon

    I got one of these when Verizon had them on sale for $50 on contract. The cellular chip in it caused it to freeze up, had to send it back. Verizon never got back to me on the issue. Never got a replacement and got all my money back from the fiasco. Now I see a refurb… not going to bother. My 2012 Nexus 7 works just as well.

    • M3D1T8R

      Yeah the 2012 was great but runs slow as sh•t compared to the 2013 at times probably mostly due to the 1GB RAM vs 2. Also the 2013 screen is much better and full HD.

      • Tyler Spurgeon

        True, the extra memory and the better screen were nice while I had it. I can’t justify it for the new or refurb price. Would have been nice if Verizon got back to me on replacement, $50 for a new tablet was a good deal.

        • M3D1T8R

          Yeah I remember that deal. Wasn’t too bad really, though I’m always very leary of adding new Verizon contracts (already have 4 with my whole family plan).

  • Tony Byatt

    Wait for I/O, then if nothing is announced, buy…

    These deals are sure to pop up again…

    • sc0rch3d

      in addition….Nexus 2014 announced, previous gens drop to rock bottom prices, buy previous gens 🙂

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    With Google IO so close. I wouldn’t bite. That hopefully that 8 incher is still a thing.

    • M3D1T8R

      Yeah I’m very curious to see if they release amother new iteration of the N7, and/or hopefully a slightly larger Nexus 8 or 9.

  • r0l

    LTE tablet is the only way to go if you take it out of the house. The $10/month sucks but is still worth it for the convenience, specifically while traveling. Just hook it up to TMO for some free data as well.

    • charesa39

      Nah. I just WiFi tether from my N5 on T-Mo to get full use of my 5GB of LTE data.

      • r0l

        If it was on your TMO plan how would you not get full use of your 5 GB?

        • charesa39

          Because the plan is only for the phone. You only get (I believe) 200MB free data with your tablet if you register it with T-Mo. Then, if you want more data, you gotta pay after that. I was more referring to the fact that you are limited to a small amount of data for tethering in relation to the amount of data your plan actually has. I have circumvented this on my N5, so I can tether all 5GB if I want, instead of just the 500MB, or whatever they limit it to per month.

    • d-rock

      I agree 100%….I hate dealing with tethering on my phone. I love having LTE on my tablet. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Every tablet I get from now on will have LTE/data and i’ll pay the $10/month.

    • Patrick Smithopolis

      I bought one of these tablets from ebay a couple of weeks ago and put my T-mobile phone sim card in it and it works. It looks like you can sign up for T-mobile’s $30 plan and activate the sim card on a phone and then stick it in your tablet.

  • M3D1T8R

    Still considering upgrading from my non-LTE 2014 N7 to this, but I can’t ever get an answer on whether native Android wireless tethering (WiFi hotspot) works or not out of the box on Verizon (using my unlimited data device sim, w/o paying V extra for hotspot). Thanks in advance anyone who has this and can answer.

    • Damian

      2014 N7??

    • T4rd

      Please post pics and specs about this 2014 N7 tab you have. =p

      Also, as for native tethering out of the box, sure it works… if you pay for the tethering plan. Otherwise, you can easily root (unless you have a GS5) the phone and unlock native tethering for free (as I do with every Verizon phone I have). Or you can buy FoxFi if you don’t want to root and your current phone is compatible with it.

      • d-rock

        Actually my 2013 LTE N7 factory image did not have tethering in it. ROM fixed that, but was surprised it wasn’t there.

        • T4rd

          Ahh, I misread his post and thought he was talking about his phone, not tethering from the N7 itself. For that, I have no idea if it supports it or not, other than what you just said.

        • M3D1T8R

          Thank you!

        • N7_guest

          Just curious, are you a VZW subscriber with unlimited data? I know that previous builds for the 2013 LTE N7 disabled tethering for AT&T subscribers.

          I am able to tether (enable WiFi hotspot) natively with build KVT49L on my N7 using a VZW unlimited data SIM.

          • M3D1T8R

            Wait, you can? That’s great. Wonder if Verizon works (natively, not rommed) but not ATT…interesting.

      • M3D1T8R

        Yeah I’ve relied on Foxfi on my phones for about 4 years now. Finally rooted my DNA a few weeks ago before the big recent update, running a ROM so have stock native tethering again (though now Foxfi supports HTC phones again on Verizon). But I’m talking about using the Nexus 7 LTE for tethering, not the phone. I guess you figured this out below.