Ends tomorrow. Newegg has the manufacturer refurbished Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0" Tablet (White, SM-T210RZWYXAR) for $95 with free shipping. Features Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

  • Dual-core 1.2GHz CPU, 8GB memory, 802.11b/g/n
  • 1024x600 touchscreen, 3.15MP autofocus camera
  • $100 Retail: $200

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      BenKat Ben's cred: 545
      Posted 9:04 pm PDT 09/5/14

      Where do the masses of old tablets go to die? Does anybody know?

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      Vaderbrains Ben's cred: 47
      Posted 9:44 pm PDT 09/5/14

      these Sammies are pretty nice tabs overall. someone seems to be buying them, maybe as doorstops or to fill a crack in the foundation? not a bad toy for kids, a gps, or a spare pc to keep in the car... i'd like to see one go through a shredder sometime. the 8.4 pro with the mega high def screen is absolutely stunning and likewise in the 10 and 12" factors.

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      Posted 12:42 am PDT 09/6/14

      I mean come on. All the tablets and all the flat panels TV's that have come out in the last few years, how come there is not a huge stockpile of these things on sale cheap. Where are they? Are they all being sent to North Korea Big Lot stores?

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      Posted 6:09 am PDT 09/6/14

      Yeah, there are so many of these that they should be well under $50 each. I bought one of these ***last year*** for $100 brand new at staples. I can't believe the refurbs. are going for this much still. Granted, they are nice devices, but you have a point as they should be much cheaper now. Every so often a Dell Venue Streak comes up for sale and they're typically priced over $100, not sure why. If people are willing to pay for it they will continue to sell them for more than their worth. It's an interesting trend to what how prices change in the outlets such as lenovo and dell as they may adjust the price on a machine by $100 or more from one day to the next. They sell a few at a 'good deal' then hike the price to see whether they can sell any for more profit. I get that, but most consumers aren't aware that even better deals can be had online if they look for them and/or track them. So, back to your point, these should be much cheaper, esp. as refurbs. I'd think by now that everyone would at least have something like this in their array of devices, but apparently that isn't the case.

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