out of stock Refurbished ASUS Google Nexus 7 Tablet 2013 (2nd Generation) 32GB Wi-Fi $85.45 @ Ozbuyitnow eBay

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Refurbished ASUS Google Nexus 7 Tablet 2013 (2nd Generation) 32GB Wi-Fi only $85.45 after PULL5 code. This is used to be an excellent Tablet with great screen 1920X1200 resolution, 2GB Ram. At this price now it's a steal. Two other sellers are selling this on ebay at around $95.

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  • +13 votes

    Price of 1 KitKat was a better deal.

    • +2 votes

      Price of 1 KitKat was a better deal.

      I almost got diabetes from that competition! Fridge was stacked full of the damn things.

  • +15 votes

    Bought the thing on DSE clearance sale for $100 3 years ago? Didn't know it would hold its value so well.

    • +1 vote

      Can it still hold its own for general tasks like YouTube, Skype, viber, whatsapp, email and browsing news sites.

      I don't think the person I will buy it for will play any games or use it for anything else mainly YouTube and movies I think.

      • +1 vote

        Definitely holds up to multimedia stuff. It's fantastic til this day and is still pretty powerful IMO.

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        I have one that I rarely use. Its still fairly fast for basic tasks. Can browse the web, play youtube on it.

        I mostly use it as an e-reader.

  • +5 votes

    I've still got 2 from the kitkat comp, both going strong. One stock, one custom, still a capable tablet.

    • +1 vote

      I got 3 from that competition. Can eat kitkat anymore. I had to make kitkat cheesecakes to get through 2kg of kitkats back then.

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    Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

    Hopefully upgradeable.

  • +13 votes

    These things may be old but the screen is still a cracker.
    The final update of Jelly Bean turns it into a stuttering wreck but there are some custom ROMs that work just fine.
    Great for travelling though.

    • +1 vote

      I updated to Jelly Bean and it became so slow that it was utterly useless. Thanks for mentioning this useful point.

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      i was impressed the first time i saw it in the shop when it first came out.

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      Marshmallow was the last official update from the 2nd Gen (2013) version. I never had a problem with any official update.
      Maybe those with Jelly Bean probs had the 1st Gen model.

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      They came with Jelly Bean so why would anyone be updating to it? They'd be updating officially to later versions (6.01 Marshmallow was the last offical release for the 2nd Gen 2013 version of this tablet, same as one in this deal post).

  • +7 votes

    Does it come with a set of MS DOS floppy discs?

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    I've got 3 of these things. Can anyone recommend a good ROM they can run? If I factory reset them, android pretty much just grinds to a halt after a short while.

  • +4 votes

    All of my Asus tablet and phone failed after a year. Poor quality in material in the design.

  • +10 votes

    This is still better than the cheap Lenovo tablet that is getting flogged off or the other cheap tablets at the sub 100 dollar price point

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      Still probably better than anything else in the price range.

    • +2 votes

      It is but that Lenovo tablet it decent. I picked one up and the gps locks in seconds, the screen is good enough, and after setting up Voip it can be uaed as a phone. Sure if you want someyhing more high end this is great, but refurbished is not new

  • +5 votes

    Would be worried about battery life. After 5 years battery life isn't what it was new.

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    very good deal. cheaper than most used ones

  • +15 votes

    2013? Lol. Who wants my iphone4 for $300?

  • -1 vote

    For a 5 year old tablet? I know it was a good one but that good?

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    Yeah, maybe $50 now, but not at this price.

    • +2 votes

      I just patched my mum's old one up for her. They are a decent tablet, nice screen good battery life and quick to use. To be honest,
      It is far nicer than a friend's recently purchased lenovo tab 8. The nexus is quicker, has a nicer screen and no bloatware

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        I still use mine from 2013.

        If you're browsing and running some of the less demanding games, this is great.

        Anything else it will struggle, if you install several apps, it will start to slow down.

        It's fine for lighter tasks now, 5 years using it, flashing it etc.

        Amazing tablet back then, but at this price, it would need to be used as surf, YouTube and read device.

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          Sounds perfect for somebody I know who only needs it for instant messaging apps, YouTube and email browsing no games

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          Clash of Clans, etc works perfectly well. Plenty of popular games are fine. Maybe not VR ones ;-)

    • +2 votes

      Dude. This thing shipped with Kit Kat. It was the Kit Kat launch device. Jelly Bean was the previous android version. I assume you are trolling, or do you mean lollipop?

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        I agree, even the first one came with Jelly Bean and could be updated to Lollipop. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nexus_7_(2012)
        Any post here about updating to Jelly Bean is crap because no one would need to do it. They must be trolling or confused and misleading others.

  • +2 votes

    I have one of these, I bought it in January 2014 and it's still going strong. It's had almost daily use over the last four years and only now am I starting to notice little things like the battery dying faster than it used to, which is better than I can say for my 1.5 year old iPhone… It's been one hell of a tablet and has been great value, this deal is certainly a good one, even if these tablets are refurbished.

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    I am sure these were going for less than this a couole of years ago when they were phasing them out, could have been the 2012 model but pretty sure they were going as low as 55

  • +1 vote

    Incredible tablet. Using one right now which I got in the Kit Kat promotion. Still got a second one unopened in the box.
    Used every day and still going strong.

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    Still use my 1st gen Nexus tablet primarily as an e-reader. Anything else is a struggle although I have loaded it up with movies and TV for the kids to use occasionally.

    And I will repeat, do not update to Jelly Bean. Unless you want an oversized coaster for your beer.

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      If you accidentally update to jellybean can you go back.. this seems perfect for my old roommate who only really needs it for Skype, viber, YouTube, checking news and email.

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      They all shipped with Jelly Bean JB spanned versions between 4.1 and 4.3.1). Update them to the last official release for them (1st to Lollipop and 2nd Gen to Marshmallow) No issues.

  • +4 votes

    I think a lot of the comments here are referring to the 2012 model. This 2013 2nd generation model shipped with Jellybean and was able to update to Marshmallow.The previous model running the nvidia tegra 3 hardware performance was terrible, especially on jellybean.

    • +1 vote

      I think people must be mixing them up too. I had one on these and it ran KitKat perfectly. If I remember correctly, marshmallow was where it began to slow down, so I reverted to the final build of KK.

    • +1 vote

      I still have my 2012, it's so god damn slow. I need to get around to doing that flash TRIM fix and maybe installing LineageOS

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      They all shipped with Jelly Bean. JB spanned versions between 4.1 and 4.3.1.
      Update them to the last official release for them (1st to Lollipop and 2nd Gen to Marshmallow). No issues.

  • +2 votes

    But can it play Crysis?

  • +2 votes

    Bought one of these for my kids years ago .. and it's still going strong.

    USB charging port started to fail a couple of years ago, so simply bought myself a Qi wireless charger for 10 bucks instead (as it is wireless charging compatible) of getting the charging port replaced.

  • +3 votes

    I've been using mine daily since 2013 and it still works just as good as the day I bought it.

  • -1 vote

    Thanks op

    Scored one!
    5 left

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    Tablet with wireless charging

  • +2 votes

    This was the best tablet I have ever used!

    What is the spiritual successor to this? Are there any high quality, decently powered 7-8 inch tablets available today with more up to date specs?

    • +1 vote

      Lenovo P8 or as its known Tab3 8 Plus.

      Awesome tablet for the price.

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        Except it's stuck on an old version of android.

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          We all like features of newer versions of Android, but for these low to medium end spec tablets it might perform better for longer not updating, although I too think 7 would still work nicely on these.

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    I bought one of these the week they were released and never used it. I'm pretty surprised at everyone's love of the screen tbh

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    Damn missed out, this would be a handy field device for deploying Ubiquiti gear

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    My current one won't even turn on.

  • +1 vote

    Damn missed out. This would be perfect for Oldschool RuneScape mobile coming out soon.

    Ironman btw