Deal: get a refurbished Nexus 7 2013 for $140 today only

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The Nexus 7 2013 is still one fine tablet despite it being outclassed by more juicy options in recent weeks. If you don’t mind having one that may have been owned by someone else at one point in the past Woot is giving you a chance to get it on the cheap. For the next 12 hours you can grab a 2013 Nexus 7 for just $140. It’s refurbished, sure, but my experience with refurbished units has always been painless (and there’s a 90 day standard warranty directly through ASUS if you have you have any doubts).

The 7-inch tablet features 1920 x 1200 resolution, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chipset clocked at 1.2GHz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, NFC, 5 megapixel rear camera with a 1.2 megapixel front camera, Bluetooth 4.0 and more.

And while Woot’s listing shows it as having Android 4.3 out of the box, we’re sure it won’t take much for you to hook it up to WiFi and accept an upgrade to KitKat over-the-air. Not a bad deal if you’re in the market for a tablet, but you’ll want to act soon as it’s only guaranteed to be in stock until the end of the day or until stock runs out, whichever comes first.

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  • Scrotum Repair

    And exactly what use is this device?

    • scoter man1

      I don’t know… that’s why I sold mine a loong time ago.

      • grazapin

        You sold it because you literally couldn’t find a use for it or because you preferred using other devices of different size/design etc?

        • scoter man1

          Sold it because I hardly used it. I got a laptop too, that killed it. I’m a desktop enthusiast, so the small form factors of tablets aren’t appealing to me. For example, I’m typing this on my 1440p 27″ screen. Plus, tablets without the full features of something like windows, just makes development in c++ or whatever a pain in the ass. I also prefer a real keyboard.

          • grazapin

            Definitely sounds like you’re not the target market for a small tablet. My Nexus 7 gets used all the time as a gaming and streaming device, and is fine for web browsing on the couch. I wouldn’t want to do any real work on it though.

    • WhoaManWtF

      It still plays modern games, has an HD screen and runs stock android… Better than a lot of tablets out there that cost twice as much. If you were going to get something with better specs right now it would cost your 300+. So for a vast majority of the world this is still a very useful device.

    • grazapin

      The same use as other tablets of similar size. Are you trying to say that this tablet is useless? Why is it necessary to troll like that?

  • toomuchgame441

    Never cared for the Nexus 7, just a slightly oversized phone. I remember heading to best buy to purchase one and I realized just how small that tablet was in hand. Just wasn’t useful to me… But thats the way all 7-inch tablets have looked to me regardless.

  • Larry Garfield

    I’ve been holding out for a Nexus 10 refresh, but seems Google doesn’t want that. And who knows what the 8/9/whatever rumors will pan out to be.

    For $140? Even if it has a short shelf life that’s still useful. I wooted. :-) Thanks for the tip.