By Vamien McKalin | Apr 11, 2013 03:07 PM EDT
Are you someone who would like to get your hands on a Google Nexus 7 tablet but can't afford one? Worry not, we're here to help. You see, today you can pick up a Google Nexus 7 for just $100; bet you weren't expecting that.
Tiger Direct is selling an 8GB Google Nexus 7 for $100, but there's a huge catch, one that you might not find pleasing. To get in on the Google Nexus 7 deal, you must first agree to accept the bundled Total Defense Premium Internet Security: which combined costs $170, although with a $70 rebate, the price drops to $100.
The likely scenario here is that you might have never heard of Total Defense Premium Internet Security. After performing a Bing search to learn more, we find it's just another generic Internet security program.
Here's where things begin to look bleak: The rebate requires you to have an active subscription for the software before that Google Nexus 7 can find its way into your needy hands. But it's ok, all one has to do is activate the free subscription that comes with the software and remember to cancel before being charged, after the subscription ends.
So remember, activate software, send in rebate, cancel software subscription, remove file from computer, and then sit tight and await your brand spanking new Google Nexus 7 in the mail.
The Nexus 7 is Google's first 7-inch tablet device, one that was designed to compete directly with the Kindle Fire and the Apple iPad. The device features an NVIDIA Tegra quad core processor, 1GB of RAM, up to 32GB of storage, 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth and NFC.
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