Deal: Google Nexus 9 32 GB now costs $299

Deal: Google Nexus 9 32 GB now costs $299
The HTC-made Google Nexus 9 is now a rather old tablet (it was originally released in November 2014), but it remains a nice device. Thus, we're happy to inform you that the slate's price has been discounted, though it seems that, just like in the case of the previous Nexus 9 deals, this isn't a permanent discount.

A Nexus 9 32 GB (Wi-Fi only) can now be purchased for as low as $299.99 from Amazon. At the same time, the 16 GB version of the tablet costs $290 - obviously, you would be crazy to get this one, instead of paying $10 more for the 32 GB model. Meanwhile, if you're visiting HTC's US website, you'll still find the Nexus 9 offered at its original prices ($399 for the 16 GB variant, and $479 for the 32 GB one), so, at the moment, Amazon is a better place to shop for the device - see the source link below.

It's likely that, pretty soon, Google will discontinue the Nexus 9 to make room for a brand new stock Android tablet. This could happen when Google releases the final version of Android N - sometime later this year. Of course, the Nexus 9 will be updated to Android N anyway, so you won't be left behind if you're buying the tablet now.

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source: Amazon via Droid-life

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Nexus 9
  • Display 8.9" 1536 x 2048 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.6 MP front
  • Processor NVIDIA Tegra K1, Dual-core, 2300 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 6700 mAh



1. arman9953

Posts: 49; Member since: Nov 22, 2011

As a Andoid User, who recently tried the iPhone and the iOS ecosystem, I think that iOS and Android are for people with 2 different type of needs, but when it comes to tablets even tough the iPad costs more Android cant compete. The Nexus 9 is awesome for consuming media but when it comes to creation you have to chose between the Surface or an iPad. Android really needs an buisiness optimized Tablet like the Pixel C but with Apps and Software to complete the package. Until Android N the pixel c will stay media consuming device just like the nexus 9. I`m interested to see if the developers will optimize there apps for tablets when Andoid gets released. (Sorry for my bad english)

2. dazed1

Posts: 799; Member since: Jul 28, 2015

Drop it to 200 then it would be interesting, tablets are dying anyway.

3. jove39

Posts: 2146; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

Considering build quality of Nexus 9, I'd take it only for free!

4. IcemanKimi

Posts: 7; Member since: Oct 27, 2014

After experimenting, I found out that, when it comes to phone it has to be an Android, preferably a Nexus. Tablet must and should be iPad. My first ever iPhone was the 6S Plus and I could barely use it for a few months before selling it and getting a Nexus 6P. No issues with the phone at all. The 6S Plus was blazing fast. It's just that I couldn't deal with iOS on a phone.

5. robertdenaro116

Posts: 64; Member since: Mar 07, 2016

This is one Nexus device I wouldn't recommend.

6. g2a5b0e unregistered

Coincidentally, this Nexus device doesn't recommend you either.

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