Deal: Galaxy Tab 10.1 with SD card reader for $329.99 only today


The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 may be last year’s technology, but some people are still looking to buy one. It is not a bad tablet, and it continues to be one of the thinnest and lightest. If you are not in need of a Tegra 3 processor, this might still be one of the best 10-inch Android tablet options.

Those looking to get their hands on a Galaxy Tab 10.1 should probably take a look at Woot’s deal. This offer gets you the tablet for $329. It is currently going for about $400. Granted, these tablets are refurbished. But if that price does not convince you, the included SD card reader just might.

Currently, we find ourselves in a weird point in time for Android tablets. There are Tegra 3 tablets coming for $200-$250, like the rumored Nexus Tablet and the ASUS MeMo 370T. These tablets are much better and more affordable than most tablets even coming out today.

At this point, I would rather wait for those options. Or save up a bit more and go for an ASUS Transformer Prime. But if the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is your thing, this deal is worth considering. If interested in this bundle, just head over to to see more details.

What do you guys say? Too little too late, or a good deal?

[Source: Woot]

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  1. Two posts about the exact same thing?

    1. huh?

    2. Oh! I see what you mean. I am sorry for the confusion. 

  2. A refurbished iPAD 2 through Apple is a better deal than this. iPAD 2 big price drop and much better.

  3. The P7510 10.1 is a very good tablet and $329 is a good price, I really like it and can only saw 1 bad thing about it. That would be No Micro SD card slot, I mean what was Samsung thinking. That would be the only reason that I would give someone for waiting as the Tab 2 will has the Micro SD Slot.

  4. This deal isn’t nearly as good as the TF101 with KB for $400 by in October 2010. I’ve been loving the TF101 ever since. I’d rather just pay for the TF201 at this rate for the mpeg4 avc high profile support because it’s unique to the tegra 3

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