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Deal: One-day Sale on Factory Reconditioned Nexus 7 (2013) 16GB, Only $139

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It seems that the second generation Nexus 7 has been on sale a lot lately, but we are not complaining. Woot! is the latest to discount the 7-inch tablet, offering factory reconditioned (e.g., refurbished) units for a mere $139.99. 

Needless to say, they are the 16GB, WiFi variants. While not quite as good as the sale eBay held a few days ago, the Woot! price is still nearly a $100 off full retail.

That’s not bad for a tablet packing a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 1920 x 1200 display that continues to receive support from Google, including access to the Android L developer preview.

If you are interested in picking up a Nexus 7, better hurry – items on Woot! tend to sell out fast.

Woot Link ($139.99)

  • Craig P

    The N7 from eBay last week just came in the mail today. Looks like the eBayer increased his prices, as it is $169 now from eBay.

  • mcdonsco

    For those concerned about it being a refurb, I bought one to replace one that was stolen and its pretty much new…couldn’t tell any difference (other than the plain brown box packaging).

    Glad I got it, missed my n7 :-)

  • Al-Burrit0

    Still looking forward for that rumored nexus tablet!! I was a person that thought tablets were unnecessary, but now i want one! More RUMORS PLEASE!!

  • Christopher Moore

    I paid $129 on eBay a weeks ago. Not super hot but decent nevertheless.

  • FredCCoggins

    Needless to say, they are the 16GB, WiFi variants. While not quite as good as the sale eBay held a few days ago, the Woot! price is still nearly a $100 off full retail. http://ur1.ca/hvhaa

  • James

    Damn im soooo tempted. But is there any rumor on a gen3 n7? I could hold out for it if there was the tiniest hint

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      You can bank on a Nexus when Android L Drops

    • mcdonsco

      From what I’ve been reading online seems an n”7′ is unlikely, will probably be 8″+…

      For me I Dont care about tablet specs, I just use it as an ereader, no games etc so the n7 at this $139 price is perfect. Only thing that would peak my interest with a new one is if its thinner, less bezel etc and/or has better daylight viewing or battery life or something; but even then not at nexus prices ($230+)…but, that’s just me…just no interest in gaming on a tablet so specs aren’t a big deal to me on one.

      • Bob Marley

        Better daylight viewing? The current Nexus 7 has the brightest display of any tablet and most phones.

        • mcdonsco

          Did I say it was bad? Nope…just said better may interest me…

  • FortitudineVincimus

    I just got my Asus TF201 to think it is a TF300 and installed the custom CROMBI-kk ROM giving me a tricked out 4.4.2 ROM and bringing back to life a tablet Asus gave up on updating. That beats buying this refurb tablet :)

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Still waiting for the rumored HTC nexus tablet.