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Tablet Roundup: Used, Refurbished, and Open Box iPads Galore

As a savvy consumer, you know that a lot of "early adopters" pay top dollar just to be beta testers for the big companies. The week's best tablet deals are full of previously-loved iPads, offering great value on models where you'll know what you're getting. Get a refurbished iPad 2 for $290, a used iPad (3rd Gen) for $250, or an open box iPad Mini for $229.

Horn for iPhone or iPad

hotness: 5/5
The iTunes App Store offers downloads of Horn for iPhone or iPad for free. That's $7 off and the first time that this action adventure game has been free.

1Password or Knox Software for PC / Mac / iOS: 50% off

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50% off
Agile Bits takes 50% off downloads of its 1Password password keeping software and Knox file-securing software as part of its Heartbleed Sale. (Click here to read up on the latest Internet bug scare.) The deals:

MediaFire: 50% off online storage plans, 1TB for $2/month, 100TB for $25/month

hotness: 3/5
1TB for $2/month
MediaFire cuts 50% off select cloud storage plans. 10GB storage plans remain free, but they've lowered the price of monthly storage plans to $2.49 per month for 1TB (a $3 drop) and $24.99 per month for 1TB (a $25 drop) for businesses. That puts the 1TB plan at $8 under Google Drive's monthly price. Each plan allows online storage of files up to 20GB each. It's compatible with Windows, iOS, and Android.

Update: We mistakenly noted 100TB being available for $24.99. We regret the error.

FIFA 14 for Windows 8

hotness: 4/5
Microsoft offers downloads of the newly-released FIFA 14 for Windows 8 for free. (It's also free on iTunes and Google Play.) That's list price, but free is free. FreeFa.

Note that this is the mobile app, not the full video game, and offers in-app purchases.

Microsoft Office iPad App Downloads

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This afternoon Microsoft unveiled its Office apps for iPad. The three apps—Word, Excel, and PowerPoint—are currently available to download for free via iTunes. To unlock the apps' full capabilities, though, users will need to subscribe to Microsoft's Office 365 service, which starts at $79.99 per year. To download the apps, click the links below.
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