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In the market for a 7 inch tablet, and don’t mind buying one that’s likely to be discontinued any day? The B&N NOOK HD features a 7 inch, 144 x 900 pixel display, a dual-core TI OMAP 4 processor, 8GB (or 16GB of storage), and full access to the Google Play Store, in addition to the B&N shops for books and apps.

With a current list price of $129, it’s already one of the best tablets in its price range. Today it’s available for even less, with prices starting at $109 for an 8GB model, and just $119 for a 16GB model.

B&N is also offering deals on its latest eREeaders.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (9-23-2013)”

  1. “Google Nexus 7 (2013) tablet w/16GB for $200 – tri-state1 (via eBay)”

    Already sold out

  2. What about program storage capacity? With all of the people creating bloated applications using cross-platform tools this has recently become an important issue.

    1. Well I was posting about the Nexus 7 and since you have changed the article my question no longer applies.

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