the best tablets ever created, and scored a near-faultless 9.3 in our review. It even matched Apple's impressive iPad Air 2 in most categories, though the Cupertino slab probably shades the Nexus 9 on design. Despite a glut of great features and strong performance, though, the Nexus 9 has struggled to sell -- just like the vast majority of HTC's products over the last few years.We've said it before, but we'll say it again: the Nexus 9 is one of
The price cut, however, could provide a much-needed reprieve. The base-level 16-gig Wi-Fi model can be snagged right now for just $239, equal to its cheapest ever price. Last time it dropped down to such a low cost, stock sold out at lightning speed, so you'll need to move quickly if you wish to avoid (more?) Valentine's disappointment.
The 32 GB LTE model is down to $349, which is a tidy $250 off the usual cost, and this particular model arrives with a free Logitech keyboard while stocks last.
All of the details can be seen at the source. The U.S.-only deals, which include 40 percent off all accessories, will run through Sunday.