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Buying refurbished products can sometimes be a bit of a crap shoot, since what you’re buying for is basically a used device that’s supposed to have been restored to perfectly working condition… but you often end up getting a 30-day warranty rather than the 1-year warranty that comes with a new version.
So it’s always nice when you can score a deep discount by ordering a refurbished product that does come with a 1-year warranty, since that’s a pretty good sign that the company that did the refurbishing is pretty sure the product won’t break a month after you take it out of the box.
All of which is to say, eBay seller new techies if offering a pretty nice deal on a high-end Dell Latitude 12 5285 tablet. It’s refurbished, but it comes with a 1-year Dell warranty, which makes $640 seem like a great price for a Windows 10 tablet with a Core i7-7600U processor, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB solid state drive, and a 1920 x 1280 pixel display.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Refurb Dell Latitude 12 5285 12.3″ tablet w/Core i7-7600U.16GB/512GB (w/1-year Dell warranty) for $640 – New Techies (via eBay)
- Apple iPad 9.7 (2017) w/128GB for $340 – e-techgalaxy (via eBay)
- Asus AC750 WiFi repeater/access point for $35 after rebate – NeweggFlash
- 3-pack Samsung AC1300 whole-home mesh WiFi routers for $180 – Lowe’s
- Ockel Sirius B mini PC w/Atom x5-Z8350/4GB/32GB for $249 – StackSocial
- Amazon Echo (2nd-gen) + Echo Dot for $105 – Amazon
- Panasonic Eneloop CC55 Qick Charger kit (with 8 AA and 4 AAA batteries) for $35 – B&H
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 + Premiere Elements 2018 for $71 (box) or $80 (download) – Amazon
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
i just want to say that ur new ads that show up in the middle of the page look like a news topic and they are deceptive .
Can you show an example?
its this one
You mean the one that says “Sponsored content” above the title and “Ad by Holiday Inn Pattaya” below it?
We’ve been running those for at least a year or two and make sure that they’re clearly labeled as sponsored content.
its odd ive never noticed the before – do they really have to look like a news ad instead of a normal one – reminds me of the frustrating reddit ads
anyways thanks for replyin
<3 Dell. Their devices may not always be the most stable (re: XPS 15 9570), but their support is best in class.
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