Woot.com is once again offering us a deal on refurbished Android tablets. Today it’s the Dell Streak 7, which can be all yours for $249.99. What you get is a 16GB model with WiFi and HSPA+ connectivity for T-Mobile’s network running Android 3.2. Woot is also offering a deal on the WiFi-only Streak 7, priced to sell at $199.99. Yes, it’s a tablet from a manufacturer who has all but abandoned Android. Yes, it isn’t likely to receive Android 4.0. But it’s a deal worth checking out for the savvy shopper looking to score an Android tablet on the cheap. Head over to the source links below for all the info.
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