Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)

While often times these deals seem like they're geared towards older devices, if you're willing to go the refurbished route for your next tablet you can get one that's quite a bit newer. It might be used, but it's been brought back into like-new condition by loving technician hands. It's a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition), barely even a few months old at this point, and Ebay has a batch for sale today at just $339.00 — that's $210 off the list price.

Of course, being refurbished means that it's in "like new" condition and not mint, though we've often enough had our hands on refurbs that we wouldn't have know had we not been told. So $340 (with free shipping!) gets you a might-as-well-be-new 16GB Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) in white or black.

Samsung's one of the few in the game when it comes to large-screen Android tablets these days, and the Note 10.1 is definitely one of our favorites. The screen is, of course, big and bright, and Samsung's built a lot of unique features into the software, especially when you pull out that stylus. Hell, it even got an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat last month.

So who's game for a new tablet today?

 
There are 24 comments

mattyb1085 says:

Not sure if blind...or link to ebay page is missing.

You are not blind. Added.

jshamoon says:

Link is definitely missing =(

Felt like I was missing something. :|

Damn that's a deal.

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Mikenizme says:

Hardware buttons on a 10" tablet ?! Am I the only one ?

Ed Elliott says:

There can be only one!

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Lmffao had me cracked up on that XD

Darth Spock says:

Yeah that's a pretty huge miss.

Great deal!

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clietreo says:

This is a great deal for the best tablet (maybe tied with the 12.2 pro).

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jackwagon06 says:

Agreed....Have had both. Tough call as to which is better, depends on the mood and what your doing.

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RaiderWill says:

NO.
This Tablet is Too New to have failed.. be sent back.. and refurbished and now up for sale again.
No Way would I want one of these units..
Good Luck to those of you that take advantage of the low price.

hallux says:

Not all "refurbished" units are ones that failed and had to be repaired. More likely, considering there seem to be so many of them with yesterday's Woot deal also, they were review units or ones bought by someone that had buyer's remorse.

BTW, I'm one of those taking the risk, bought a 32 GB refurbished unit during yesterday's Woot deal. If Samsung's as good as claimed, it shouldn't be a problem.

jackwagon06 says:

No worries....you should be fine barring any scratches and such. Will posted that he would be dead In a few years, and you will still be enjoying that tablet. He posts things up hill both ways in the snow, and he liked it!

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Manuel Sosa says:

Yo compre una 2014 "refurbisher" por USD 339 en Ebay a inicios de mayo, la batería fue mala, pésima, solo 2 horas, la devolví, muy decepcionado por la oferta y con Samsung. Anteriormente hace un año compré la N8013 en refurbisher y muy buena también por Ebay. No sé si fue mi mala suerte o están bajando el precio porque las baterías de la 2014 son malas,... Hoy la he visto a USD 299.99, cuantas se habrán devuelto? ?

RaiderWill says:

I wish you luck hallux..
As You Can See,
I have a following.. They hang on EVERY WORD I say..
When you've reach my level of stature.. it comes with the territory.
I try to guide a lot of these "Wanna-Be" geeks that don't even know how to edit a build prop, have no idea how to command a Command Line, or side load an app... but hey.. sheep need to led by the nose right? :-)

Good Luck with your Refurb.

xlDeMoNiClx says:

Stature on the Internet means nothing. Lol

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RaiderWill says:

Your "Need" for response further proves my point..
Thanks.

Darth Spock says:

Seems like it's still more than the Nexus 7's price. Bring the brand new price down to around $150 and you've got a deal, refurbished I'll pay $85.

RaiderWill says:

Yeah Spock.. I'd go $85 for a used Note 10.1 2014 as well.. with tax that around $93.00 bucks..
That Tab is too new to have enough failures to have a 33% off sale at this point... These can't be open box.. you don't refurb open box.. you just discount it.. refurb = a failure of some kind and the unit had to be rebuilt with used parts.

I'll wait for the htc 8" that is rumored

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Eddster says:

And that's $335 too much.

Panther6834 says:

Let's see. A 16GB model, that is refurbished (for those who don't know, that means it only comes with a 90-day warranty, not the usual 1-year warranty that a new unit would come with), for $360? I think NOT!!! This past Saturday (5-10-14), while at Costco, I noticed they had NEW, not "refurbished" 32GB units, with a full 1-year warranty, for $400. That's twice the storage capacity, and a full, original-length, 1-year warranty, for only $60 more...and still far less than the normal retail cost of the 16GB model.

For those interested in getting a REAL deal on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, I HIGHLY suggest you check Costco...but note, that not all Costco locations have the same deals on Samsung Galaxy tablets, so you will probably have to check around. The Tracy, CA Costco had the deals on this tablet, as well as the 12.2" Galaxy Tab Pro, but no other models. The Santa Theresa Costco (Located in San Jose, CA), on the other hand, had the same Tab Pro deal, but not the Note 10.1 2014 deal...but they did have excellent deals on the Note 3 7" & 8" models (which the Tracy, CA location didn't have).

Unfortunately, you'll probably have to physically drive to your various local Costco locations, as I'm guessing they won't reveal their particular location's particular deals on the Samsung tablets over the phone. If you really want a 32GB Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition at the best price you'll probably ever see, then Costco is where you NEED to go...you'll just have to (possibly/probably) drive to a few different locations (unless you happen to have friends working at different locations who will be willing to tell you over the phone...and possibly lose their job, as I'm guessing this "location-specific" promotion is due to some contract/deal Costco arranged with Samsung).