Any price comparison is to a new, nonrefurbished product price.
The tablet is only compatible with Verizon’s network.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1” Tablet (Refurbished) with Klipsch R6i In-Ear Headphones (New)
The Galaxy Note’s sharper-than-HD 10.1” display, dual cameras, and the intuitive Android Jelly Bean OS make it easy to work, watch, and play at home or on the go. Klipsch’s R6i in-ear headphones, meanwhile, can play your favorite workout tunes through dual-magnet drivers while its cable remains flat and tangle-free.
The tablet’s 2560x1600 WQXGA resolution stuffs the display with more than 4 million pixels. This helps make photos, movies, and games pop with rich color and detail, giving them a look worthy of a top-of-the-line HDTV.
Google Play: Apps, Entertainment, and More
The official online marketplace for Android devices, Google Play brims with well over a million downloadable apps, as well as songs, movies, TV shows, and e-books. It also offers content for customizing your device’s functionality, from virtual keyboards to lock screens.
Studio Sound in an On-the-Go Package
Made from durable aluminum and elastomer and featuring a flat cable that resists tangling, the included Klipsch R6i headphones are perfect for use during commutes, workouts, or whenever you’re out and about. Despite their compact design, they still deliver high-quality audio: moving-coil micro speakers and 6.5mm drivers pump out clear, crisp music and dialogue.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
- Product number: SM-P605VZKEVZW
- Operating system: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean
- Screen: 10.1” WQXGA TFT display
- Resolution: 2560x1600
- Processor: 2.3GHz quad core
- RAM: 3GB
- Memory-card slot: accepts microSD cards up to 64GB
- Front camera: 2MP
- Rear camera: 8MP
- Audio: built-in speakers
- WiFi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz)
- Bluetooth: version 4.0
- Cellular data: 4G
- This tablet is only compatible with Verizon’s network.
- Ports: USB 2.0
- Battery: 8,220mAh lithium ion
- Battery life: up to 11 hours of Internet use with WiFi
- Weight: 19.29oz.
- Product dimensions: 9.57” (L) x 6.75” (W) x 0.31” (D)
- Condition: refurbished
- Full specifications
- 203 Trading LLC 60 Days warranty
- Product number: R6i
- Dual-magnet 6.5mm drivers
- Three-button remote with built-in mic
- Dynamic moving-coil micro speakers
- Flat, tangle-resistant cables
- Sensitivity: 110dB
- Impedance: 18 ohms
- Includes clothing clip and four pairs of ear tips
- Weight: 0.54oz.
- Product dimensions: 7.9” (H) x 4.5” (W) x 1.3” (D)
- Condition: new
In the 70 years of its existence, Samsung has grown into an international company with interests spanning from home electronics to skyscraper construction. The company takes its global role seriously, working to improve communities with both its financial support and the expertise of its talented employees. The company’s Solve for Tomorrow competition, for instance, challenges kids to create videos that demonstrate how science and math can be used in new ways to improve their local environment. After screening the videos of thousands of worthy entrants and dozens of confused American Idol hopefuls, Samsung chooses five winners, whose schools each receive $110,000 in technology. Solve for Tomorrow is just one of the company’s outreach initiatives, which align with its philosophy: to help build a “better global society.”
Paul W. Klipsch had a simple desire: he wanted hear a live orchestra in his living room. He didn’t literally want a whole, live orchestra in his living room, because classical musicians are notorious for eating your food without asking. But he wanted to re-create the experience of being at the symphony every time he played his music. He ventured into a tin shed in Hope, Arkansas in 1945 and soon emerged to patent the Klipschorn. The speaker’s horn-loaded technology subsequently ignited the high-fidelity sound movement, earning Klipsch a spot in the Engineering and Science Hall of Fame.
Now based out of Indianapolis, the Klipsch family applies its horn-loaded technology to products such as home-theater systems, sound bars, and headphones. Full-scale concert halls and theaters also use the company’s audio equipment, which you can hear firsthand at the 24,000-seat Klipsch Music Center outdoor amphitheater in Noblesville, Indiana. As for the Klipschorn, it’s still manufactured today and has remained nearly unchanged for more than 65 years.
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