Amazon Fire HD 6 8GB Wi-Fi Tablet
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I want this but I think I have returned every refurbished item I have purchased from Woot! What do you guys think?
I’ve bought 4 Fire tablets and 1 Samsung from Woot, all refurbished. No problems with any of them. I had an HD 6 8GB and replaced it with a 16GB version. I had added the Google Play store and a lot of apps and wanted the extra storage. Working great.
Also have bought a couple of Roku’s and a printer. All refurbished, no problems.
I’ve bought two Dysons and a cheap cell phone and refurb and they were fine.
I also bought a Fire 8.9" dual core (1.5GHz Processor) and it was fine. However that tablet is junk. It can’t run even simple games like the Simpsons Tapped Out or Juice Jam, which the Galaxy II (mentioned above) still can easily run.
It’s good for watching YouTube or Netflix but that’s about it it.
You can buy one and keep it. That’s an option.
I haven’t had any issues with refurbs I’ve bought, but I don’t think I’d bother with this. For $20 more (with free Prime shipping) you can get a brand new 7" fire tablet at Amazon. And you can add an sd card up to 256 GB.
I bought one refurb Fire from AMZ and it was cosmetically unacceptable, so I returned it. I imagined that they would restore it to as-new. No more refurbs for me (and from the eBay sellers of “manufacturer refurbished” Fires).
pay a little more for Used-Very Good condition at the mothership but w/free shipping.
Just bought a Kindle fire 8 7th gen 32GB no special offers for $100. Why not save the $30 you’d pay for this and use it as a down payment on something new and better.
Because this might make a good literal throwaway tablet to read on?*
- I have no idea if it would, it sounds nice.
Seems a good option for a trip to the hospital, or other places where nice things often grow legs and run away.