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PSA: woot.com is selling the 5.0 Galaxy Player (refurbished) for $149.99 today. That's $50 off the regular (new) price and $20 less than amazon's regular refurbished price.

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Unless you must have the smaller form factor, the Nexus 7 tablet absolutely destroys the Galaxy Player 5.0 now in both specs and value.

 

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True that. I use mine mainly for music, and its docked 90% of the time when I'm using it.

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I just checked on XDA, and it appears that people are able to get the 64GB SD card to work with the galaxy player. So if you wanted the entire vault of Walt Disney Pictures and back catalog of Interscope Records everywhere you go, without the cloud, you could make it happen...

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I just checked on XDA, and it appears that people are able to get the 64GB SD card to work with the galaxy player. So if you wanted the entire vault of Walt Disney Pictures and back catalog of Interscope Records everywhere you go, without the cloud, you could make it happen...

 

...even my massive collection of albino midget amputee pr0n? I cannot pass the time in the checkout line at the grocery store without that.

 

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...even my massive collection of albino midget amputee pr0n? I cannot pass the time in the checkout line at the grocery store without that.

 

AJ

 

Ah, yes, the bowling ball genre. I'm sure you could fit it on there too. Otherwise you could swap out the SD when you are going to the grocery store.

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I'm on mine a LOT; esp when I'm hitting up forums via tapatalk. I've come to the conclusion that I cannot use my Motorola bluetooth keyboard with my player so I'm currently waiting for a different brand I ordered to arrive.

 

Every once in a while my player runs sluggish but a quick reboot takes care of that.

 

Sent from my SPH-D710 using Tapatalk 2

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