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Microsoft Surface RT 10.6" Tablet (Refurbished): 64GB $206, 32GB w/ Black Touch Cover Keyboard EXPIRED

epicboy502 284 August 30, 2013 at 09:07 AM in Computers (2) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 08-30-2013 at 09:19 AM View Original Post
Update: New listing link for the 32GB Surface RT Tablet

eBay Daily Deals has 32GB Microsoft Surface RT Tablet w/ Black Touch Cover Keyboard (Refurbished) for $199Shipping is free. Thanks epicboy502

eBay Daily Deals also has 64GB Microsoft Surface RT Tablet (Refurbished) for $199. Shipping is ~$7. Thanks DJ3xclusive [Discuss]

Specs
  • Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core CPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 32GB or 64GB Internal Memory
  • 10.6" 1366x768 Display
  • WiFi N
  • 31.5Wh Battery
  • Windows RT OS

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Edited August 30, 2013 at 10:06 AM by BostonGirl
Ebay daily deals has the MS Surface for $199 with black touch cover. http://www.ebay.com/itm/32GB-Micr...2a2e3a89da

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#691
The seller made close to a million dollars in sales today courtesy of SD Smilie
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Quote from chance3349 View Post :
The seller made close to a million dollars in sales today courtesy of SD Smilie
It was listed on the eBay front page as the deal of the deal. Their user base is much larger than SD. So I wouldn't say it's because of us.
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Quote from sunilmma View Post :
Anyway there is no software to install on it (as much as Android) 16 gb will do just fine shake head
I know you are trolling but I just want to say to others who are interested that 32gb is not enough, at least for me.
my 32GB asus windows rt tablet became full before I had the chance to finish installing all the games and apps I am interested.

there is a way to hack the system to install apps on a SD card but it is not convenient last time I checked. Maybe there is a better way now. I don't know. But if you are a moderate app user, my suggestion is to get a 64GB!
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#694
Quote from sunilmma View Post :
Why didn't you just buy a Samsung galaxy s4
Kind of tough doing large spreadsheets on a phone. I tried it a couple times, but it was definitely a no bueno.
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#695
Quote from DennisPrime View Post :
I was waiting for the ipad 4 to drop to 350-380 (once the ipad 5 comes out) but man this is so tempting 0_O the only apps I'm going to miss from my current ipad 2 are pocket, chrome, flipboard (none are available on the Surface RT )
Not for much longer [flipboard.com]
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#696
Deal may be dead this time, it's no longer on eBay front page. Didn't need it, already have 5 tablets, but I still mourn. Sadwalk
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#697
Quote from Akarin View Post :
High-definition refers to an increase in display or visual resolution, retina resolution is certainly greater than 720p panel ipads.
It's also about the screen's orientation. The ipad is not an HD display.
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#698
wth the 32gb came out to be $215 plus tax eh how come people are getting the price below $200?
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Quote from jasongw View Post :
Actually, in the end Microsoft does *not* loose. Why? They get their devices into the hands of customers who either weren't willing to risk $500+ or couldn't afford to, those customers see how good the device is (and it's much better today than it was at launch, to boot), and that becomes positive word of mouth--ESPECIALLY at the $199 all-in price. This is good business all the way around.
They obviously sell at 200$. That is not the point. They are still loosing money on it tho this way.

No company wants to get back a bunch of used products back, and having to re-sell them at half price ( less than half in this case ).

Sure they make some money from apps too, but there is also other costs incurred, that the 284$ the guy quoted previously doesn't include.

Bad business all the way around lol. There's some articles regarding this, but the CEOs departure is the most obvious sign and should need no further clarification.

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wth the 32gb came out to be $215 plus tax eh how come people are getting the price below $200?
They moved out of CA while they could.

It's too late for you now.
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Quote from kwadguy View Post :
One of those places Android is lacking is in memory management. Memory leaks and out of space system partitions are common. These aren't minor issues and place Andoid far behind iOS and RT...

In fact, the issues that Android has are really an embarrassment for an OS that is so widely deployed.
Memory leaks are a byproduct of poor memory management by applications, not the operating system. Android does have the ability to free up RAM automatically when an application is closed but doesn't release the memory. You're wrong.

A system partition that runs out of space is due to someone not providing enough space in the first place. Every operating system in existence must deal with this same problem, yet you've convinced yourself that this is an Android problem. You're wrong.

My guess is that you bought a cheap tablet with limited space, installed a ton of free and poorly supported applications on it, and had some issues. Then instead of actually learning anything about what may be causing the problems, you decided to barf out something about it being an Android problem.

Incidentally, if you're running out of space, you can mount additional space into the same /system partition. It's very easy to do, but that would require you to actually learn a little about Android, which you seem inclined not to do.
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Quote from jasongw View Post :
Nonsense. The tablet is almost a year old now, and it's a safe bet the Surface 2 will be out no later than October 16th, when Windows 8.1 launches.

When it released, Surface RT was a bad value proposition, and that's undeniable. $600 for the tablet with heavily advertised keyboard cover was no deal, especially given the limited app market and the low resolution screen. However, fast forward a year and there are well over 100,000 apps available, the tablet has sold a couple million units (putting it well ahead of Google's craptacular Chromebook, which took 18 months to sell a measly 600,000 units, while Surface RT sold a million in 60 days, and Surface Pro sold 400,000 in 3 weeks), and we're on the cusp of the next generation of devices. It's EXPECTED that this tablet would go on sale at heavy discounts--EVERY tablet that approaches the 1 year mark goes into discount mode, if they even make it that long.

Look at the bigger picture. This is just the beginning.
You must be the new intern in the Microsoft marketing department--a fresh face troweling out the same tired talking points that you guys have posted in every Windows RT thread on SD since before your trainwreck of an OS debuted. Can't you guys at least try to vary some of the "the cusp of the next generation of devices" and "this is just the beginning" hyperbole from thread to thread? It's so repetitive it's funny.

I get that Microsoft's marketing and public relations departments can't attract talent, but this kind of writing is so lame that a Marketing 101 student at a community college would be embarrassed to use it.
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Quote from mirai View Post :
I know you are trolling but I just want to say to others who are interested that 32gb is not enough, at least for me.
my 32GB asus windows rt tablet became full before I had the chance to finish installing all the games and apps I am interested.

there is a way to hack the system to install apps on a SD card but it is not convenient last time I checked. Maybe there is a better way now. I don't know. But if you are a moderate app user, my suggestion is to get a 64GB!
Apps, what apps, where? shake head ( you mean paid apps, MS$ apps , who has money for those )
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#703
I was really in the market for a Pro version and wanted to see what the Surface RT 2 brought to the table before any purchase, but I couldn't pass this up for $199 with a touch cover, free 30 day return policy, and 1 yr warranty. I'll try it out and see if I like it. If I don't, nothing lost. If another deal comes up in the next 30 days, no big deal that way either!

This in and out of stock thing all day has had me sweating making a decision on this. Had to order on my phone too because my work blocks ebay. Good stuff!
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#704
meh i bought it.

I might end up ebaying my vivotab smart since I can't find as much use for it as originally planned.
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Quote from tootsweet View Post :
You must be the new intern in the Microsoft marketing department--a fresh face troweling out the same tired talking points that you guys have posted in every Windows RT thread on SD since before your trainwreck of an OS debuted. Can't you guys at least try to vary some of the "the cusp of the next generation of devices" and "this is just the beginning" hyperbole from thread to thread? It's so repetitive it's funny.

I get that Microsoft's marketing and public relations departments can't attract talent, but this kind of writing is so lame that a Marketing 101 student at a community college would be embarrassed to use it.
lolol
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