Sorry folks, the deal is expired.

As the holiday season approaches, retailers are clearing out old inventory and getting ready for the new. For today only (11/6) you can get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 16GB WiFi version for $179.99 from This device first came out in the middle of 2011, so it’s nowhere near a high-end device by today’s standards, but it’s still a decent mid-range tablet. If you’re thinking about getting a Kindle Fire HD (or one as a gift), I’d highly recommend this over one of those. For $20 less, you get 3.1″ more screen; a full, non-forked Android experience; the freedom to side-load apps; the ability to customize it in true Android fashion; and aren’t locked down to using apps that Amazon dictates. (I’ve even seen deals for the official Galaxy Tab 10.1 keyboard charging dock for $10, floating around.)

Note that this device is “factory re-certified”, so that more than likely means it’s a refurb of some kind or a B-stock item. Nonetheless, I’m sure you cannot tell the difference. And for that price, who cares? Normally this tablet runs around $350 elsewhere, so this is quite the price drop. This deals runs today only, so get it before they’re sold out.


Condition: Factory Recertified
Packaging: Box
Warranty: 90 Day
Brand: Samsung
Model: GT-P7510
Product Features:
• 10.1” multi-touch widescreen display
• Google Android OS 3.0 Honeycomb (upgradeable to 4.0)
• Corning Gorilla Glass
• 16GB capacity
• 1GHz dual-core processor
• Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
• Wi-Fi hotspot
• 720p HD video capture
• 3MP rear-facing camera
• LED flash
• 2MP front-facing camera
• Bluetooth 3.0
• USB 2.0 connection
• Rechargeable battery
What You Get:
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 16GB
• USB Cable
• Charger


Get it HERE!


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Android is more than an obsession, it's a lifestyle. My daily drivers are a Nexus 5 and OG Transformer; I've retired (and sold) an HTC One (M7), EVO LTE, and EVOg, all of which have served my flashing addiction well. By day I work for the man doing things in AutoCAD and MicroStation and by night I'm an Android Insomniac, always looking for the latest way to mess up my phone. In addition to my endless Android proselytizing, you'll find me working on my cars; rocking out on my guitars; listening to death metal; endlessly obsessing about politics, history, and economics; fixing grammar and spelling mistakes (defender of the Oxford comma & single sentence spacing); and reading up on all things science and tech. There's not enough time in the day to always satisfy all of my addictions, hopefully you'll enjoy what I have to share regarding one of them. For more about me: