Recently, the Samsung Nexus 10 16GB variant went out of inventory through the Google Play Store (though you can still purchase the 32GB version,) but if you’re looking for the 10-inch tablet, you can check out this deal offered by Woot. The retailer is offering it up for just $329 — yes, you’re reading that right — it’s a savings of $170 against the official Samsung-made Nexus 10 price, 16GB iteration. However, there’s a catch here; the tablet Woot is offering is refurbished and is only available for today — only 13 hours left at the time of writing this.
This is the lowest price we’ve seen for the Google Nexus 10. Since its launch, Google Nexus 10 has costed $399 for the 16GB version (which is unavailable) while the 32GB version would set you back by $499. Although the tablet is refurbished, the retailer is offering 90-day limited warranty for the tablet. In case you forgot, the Nexus 10 also went on sale on eBay yesterday and was available for just $350.
Rumors also suggest that Google is working on the second-generation Nexus 10 tablet, which will see the daylight in the next few days along with the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat. However, we haven’t seen any official announcement from the search engine giant until now.
The tablet offer pretty decent specifications, but if you can work with a smaller 7-inch tablet, you can get the Nexus 7 2013 for a lower price tag of $269 for the 32GB version. The tablet also brings a pretty decent set of specifications, which are far superior to Google Nexus 10.