Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 with Pouch

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 with Pouch
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Wednesday, Jul 09 to Monday, Jul 14) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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6/25/2014 - $99.99 (Woot-off) - 7 comment(s)
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5/26/2014 - $109.99 - 15 comment(s)

Product Overview

User Manual

Pretty good reviews (4.5 out of 5.0) over at

I have the 8" version of this tablet and I have owned both the 10" and 7" versions of its predecessor. They are all solid, workhorse tablets. They will do everything you might expect of them and provide you with a great experience. At $99, I would judge this tablet to be a steal.

Is there a spot for a SD or micro SD card or are you limited to device storage?

From the manual:
“Your device accepts memory cards with maximum capacities of 32 GB. Depending on the memory card manufacturer and type, some memory cards may not be compatible with your device.”

Just bought this for Wifey during the last WOOT off. We are not techies but she loves it

Contrary to the description, this does not feature multi-window compatability.

Does this come with the 2 years 50GB free Dropbox storage?

I think that’s the case anytime you register a Samsung device with Dropbox – or at least it has been in my experiences

Yes it does. I just tried to make sure on mine. It works exactly the way it works on my S4.

I have bought 2 of these in the last 7 weeks off Woot. Never had a tablet before these, I would only use the laptop and PC since I assumed tablets in general didn’t have enough “juice” to do what I would like.
I bought the first one and spent a few days learning to see what I could do with it, and of course love it now. I do a lot of work online and the best thing for my purposes is to have my email accounts linked on screen with these so I can keep track while working on the laptop or PC, this is allowing me to keep working and not having to keep more windows and programs running while I’m working on graphics. I know for some this may seem silly but it’s been very helpful to me.
My wife enjoyed using it as well which is why I bought the 2nd one, both are these 7" versions. I’ve noticed they run very smoothly, although we have not downloaded much in the way of apps to these.
The charge lasts much longer than what I expected. The micro SD adds quite a bit of storage which I run music through so once again I’m keeping less programs running on which ever computer I’m using at the time.
As was written, this DEFINITELY has multi window capability, just remember the processing power these are not a laptop. Both of us are very happy with these tablets

Manual apparently isn’t correct - I got one of these just before Memorial Day, and it takes up to 64gig microSD cards. I picked up a SanDisk Ultra 64GB MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS card, and it runs beautifully. (Still haven’t managed to fill it, but I’ve been loading it steadily with books and comics.)

This model (SM-210) of the Tab 3 7.0 may or may not get a Kitkat update for Android - the Sprint version was updated already, but there’s been no definitive answer for other models - the Sprint SM-217S has hardware differences, and if you try and flash that firmware to an SM-210, you’ll have issues, at best.

There’s also no hardware support for OTG (USB On-The-Go, aka “host mode”), so don’t plan of connecting your USB accessories. A minor thing, for me - I have a wireless portable hard drive, and the drive runs out of battery long before the Tab does, when streaming media.

I’ve had no issues with my refurb unit so far, and it’s a tremendous improvement over my old Nook Color (rooted for use as a full tablet).

Darn! I just bought one of these from Groupon for more $$. That’s what happens when you’re impatient. This is replacing my Kindle Fire, which is on its second round of port issues. I’m tired of sending it somewhere to get it fixed. Amazon does not support fixing the Kindles. Anyway, it’s good to see the positive comments about the Samsung 3.

Can the SD card be used to expand the 8Gb as if it was onboard memory? Or is it only used for music and book and other app data?

It uses the SD as additional storage like any other modern android device.

Otherwise it is a really good device, I grabbed it on the wootoff (using it now). Well worth it. Love my S4, this is a great addition.

I have other kit kat tablets and this is the best.

Thanks. I don’t have any Android device, let alone a modern one! So no apps on the SD. Also, from previous comments, this one is Jelly Bean, and it may never be a Kit Kat. How did you do get it? Can a mere mortal do the same thing … ?

I don’t see anything about this having a built in GPS. Does anyone know if It has one? Thx

Through the Tech Specs link from Barkwoot’s post ( ) GPS is listed on the right-hand column.

I was looking for other information on the tech specs page when I saw your question and figured I’d pass on the source.

So far I didn’t find any information out about an existing Kit Kat update, but it was a quick at-work search.