Guess what? We are only a month away from Black Friday, which means we are only two months away from Holiday season! Yes, I’m being that guy, but I also want to help because last year you said you would start shopping earlier. If you need a present for a tech-lover in your life, check out this 32GB Nexus 10 from Woot! (more…)
Android tablet deals are a dime-a-dozen on the web these days, but today’s is pretty decent. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″ is on sale through the good people over at Woot! for only $279.99. Unlike usual deals where the tablets have been refurbished by the OEMs and are now on sale, this is a brand new device that comes with an accessory bundle as well. (more…)
In need of a 10″ tablet, but don’t feel like spending too much dough? Woot! is offering up a Galaxy Note 10.1 from Samsung for just $299.99, although keep in mind it is refurbished. The Note 10.1 can be purchased in either grey or white (sexy), features Android 4.1, 16GB of internal storage, a 5MP back-facing camera, quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and a 7,000 mAh battery. (more…)
For the next two days (or until they run out), Woot is selling the 32GB version of the Google Nexus 10 for $380. That’s a heck of a deal. The retail 32GB version of Google’s big-screened tablet runs $499 through Google Play, so even though this is refurbished, you are saving yourselves at least $100. When you compare it to the 16GB version, you are still saving yourself around $20, plus some shipping costs. Shipping on Woot is $5, while Google currently only has a $13 2-day shipping option.
Again, this is refurbished and not brand spankin’ new, though some would argue that refurbished models perform better than new since manufacturers have had a chance to fix issues.
Cheers S McCartney!
Another day, another Android tablet sale somewhere on the internet. This one is different however, because today Woot! not only has deals on the Motorola XYBOARD tablets, they are new devices. Usually you will see discounted prices on tablets that have been refurbished by one company or another, but these 8.2″ and 10.1″ tablets are new and cheap.
The 16GB 8.2″ WiFi tablet is the cheapest of the bunch at $199, but if you are looking to upgrade to the LTE version it’s only 20 dollars more. If a 10.1″ tablet is more your size, $209 is what it will cost you. These are absolutely the lowest prices you will see on a new Android tablet. Granted the XYBOARD isn’t the best tablet out there (you can read our review), but for this low of price what do you think?
Daily deal website Woot! is known for having Android tablets on sale every now and then, but today they are taking it to a new level. Just to name a few of the tablets that are on sale today we have the ASUS Transformer 10.1″ ($239.00), Motorola XYBOARD 8.2″ ($240.00) and the Toshiba Thrive 10.1″ ($249.00). You can also get the original Android tablet, the XOOM ($199.00) along with other tablets from ASUS, Viewsonic and VIZIO. (more…)
If you are interested in what Samsung has been doing with their Galaxy Note tablet line, you might want to check out Woot! today. The daily sale site has the 10.1″ Note tablet on sale (refurbished) starting at $379.99. That price gets you the 16GB White or Grey version. If you need a bit more storage, Woot! also has a 32GB version as well for a bit more money.
The refurbished tag might give some people pause, but as someone who has purchased a refurbished tablet through Woot! before I’ve had no problems with mine. If you’re looking to get one of the best Android tablets out there right now, this price is going to be hard to beat.
Who wants to wait until Black Friday to start getting deals on Android stuff? Not me. Today, the online sales site Woot!, has an awesome deal on the Transformer Pad for only $299.99. For the price, you’re getting a refurbished tablet coupled with the lapdock that is usually sold separate for another $100. That’s a pretty sweet deal. The tablet is powered by a Tegra 3 processor, making it a dream for gaming. Additionally, the tablet has a strong developer following and if you love tinkering, it’s a great device for that as well.
Cheers Steve and Jason!