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B&N NOOK HD+

The Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ is a 9 inch tablet with a 1920 x 1200 pixel display, a TI OMAP dual core processor, and a custom operating system based on Android 4.0. Independent developers have also made some serious progress porting a full-blown version of Android 4.1 to run on the hardware.

Normally Barnes & Noble charges $269 and up for this tablet… and that’s exactly how much the company is selling the NOOK HD+ through its eBay store for today. But the company is also throwing in a $25 gift card with purchase at the moment.

Better yet, Staples is selling the tablet for just $199.

If you’re looking for an even cheaper tablet, Best Buy is offering a 24% off coupon on all clearance items today — and that includes the first generation Amazon Kindle Fire, which you can pick up for just $99.

Not a fan of the Kindle Fire OS? You can install Android 4.2 on the tablet.

Here are some of the day’s best deals on mobile devices and accessories.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (12-17-2012)”

  1. The AO725 looks like a good deal. I’d be tempted to get it if I didn’t still have my AO522. Though the CPUs side of AMD’s APUs aren’t too powerful, I’ve been tremendously impressed by the medium-to-light gaming and graphics processing capabilities of the GPU side of things.

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