So you’re itching for a sizable tablet with a top-notch screen, decent all-around hardware and pre-loaded stock Android and can’t wait it out a couple more days to see what Google will make of the second-gen Nexus 10?
Fantastic timing, as we know just the gadget for you. No prizes for guessing its name: Google and Samsung’s Nexus 10, launched back in November 2012. But here’s the kicker. While most retailers sell it for 350 bucks, give or take, in a 16 GB variation and $400+ with 32 GB of memory, we’ve got the scoop on an incredibly lucrative and probably time-limited deal.
A top-rated eBay seller (yes, it’s eBay, but the seller is legit) has the 32 gig N10 up for grabs for $350, so $150 off the initial list price and $50 less than, say, what Amazon charges for it at the moment.
With a stunning 2,560 x 1,600 pix res 10.1-inch Super PLS TFT panel, massive 9,000 mAh battery, out-the-box vanilla Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, 2 GB RAM and dual-core 1.7 GHz Exynos 5250 CPU, it looks like a no-brainer to grab the bad boy while it’s hot and discounted.
But full disclosure, these kinds of promos often signal something incoming, namely in this particular case an Asus-made upgraded N10 with superior processing power and other nifty tricks up its sleeve that sadly we know nothing about.
Granted, there’s no way the sequel will be able to compete with the original in terms of pricing, so ultimately it’s down to your common sense and judgment. Would you rather save money or score a cutting-edge gizmo?
<Source: Android Police>