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Looking for a tablet, but don’t want to spend Nexus 9, Pixel C, or iPad Pro money? Right now there are some great deals on some older and/or less powerful tablets.
Today’s roundup includes some big discounts on models running Android, iOS, and Windows… and while that Windows tablet isn’t a very good tablet, it does come with a free 1-year license for Office 365. Install Office on your desktop or notebook and never touch the tablet and you’ve still saved $20.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Google Nexus 7 (2013) tablet w/16GB + cover for $100 – Groupon
- Save $125 on select iPad mini 3 models – Best Buy (until 3PM CT)
- iView SupraPad i700QW Windows tablet + Office 365 for $50 – Newegg
Laptops and convertibles
- Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 14″ ultrabook w/Haswell for $700 – Woot
- HP Chromebook w/Celeron 2957U for $190 – TigerDirect
- Refurb HP Chromebook 11 w/Celeron N2840 for $140 and up – Woot
- Acer Aspire R11 convertible notebook for $279 – Microsoft Store
- Asus Transformer Book Flip 11.6″ convertible for $279 – Microsoft Store
- Motorola Moto G (2nd gen) smartphone for $100 – Amazon
- BLU Life One X 4G LTE smartphone for $100 – Amazon
- Gigabyte BRIX barebones mini PC w/AMD A8 for $140 – Newegg
- UE BOOM Bluetooth speaker for $100 – Best Buy (until 3PM CT)
- Pay $15 or more for 30 eBooks – StoryBundle
- The Wizard of Oz eBook and audiobook for free – Amazon
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
StoryBundle is new to me, thanks! Anyone else here using it? I’m searching for bundle sites now that Humble Bundle went down the toilet.
I really like StoryBundle. Every couple of weeks they issue a new Bundle and give you a week or two to order it. You are informed by email. The Bundles are thematically grouped. Sometimes it’ll be mysteries, or sci fi, or comics, and so forth. There is often a minimum cost, which is very low, but otherwise, you pay what you think it worth. No DRM, and choice of formats for Kindle, B&N, etc. I’ve bought maybe a dozen Bundles now.
Also check out http://www.BookBub.com. I just learned about it. When you sign up for it, you give your email, your retailer and reading genre preferences. The site then sends you emails identifying free or deeply discounted books in your preferences. Yesterday I downloaded 2 free books from Amazon and four from Barnes & Noble.
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