Google’s HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet has gone through several price cuts in the recent past. But the online retailer Expansys USA is now offering the device at a dirt-cheap price like never before.
The Nexus 9 is easily one of the impressive slates released this year, with cutting-edge configurations on board. But the price has been a turnoff. The original price of the Nexus 9 when released was $600. But then, any device gets outdated within a year, even if it comes with a Google and HTC brand name. Google and HTC started cutting the price of the tablet and at one point, the 32 GB variant of the Nexus 9 with LTE connectivity on board was priced at $379.99, notes Phone Arena.
But now, the price has come down tremendously and this time around, Expansys USA is offering the tablet for just $289.99. Notably, this price pertains to the 16 GB internal storage variant with Wi-Fi connectivity. The same Nexus 9 variant is priced at $347.99 on Amazon. Hence, Expansys USA’s offer looks like the best among the available options. Buyers can order the device from Expansys USA’s site.
The Nexus 9 comes with an 8.9-inch display, bundled with 1,536 x 2,048 pixels screen resolution. It is powered by a superior NVIDIA K1 processor, running at 2.3 GHz and backed by 2 GB of RAM. The tablet sports an 8 MP rear-facing camera unit with LED flash, in addition to a 1.6 MP front-facing shooter for selfies. The slate also houses a killer 6,700 mAh battery unit to keep the lights on longer. This battery unit can give up to nine hours+ of 3G talk time and 720 hours of 3G standby time.