Google’s latest Nexus-branded hardware went on sale in Europe today. The Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet were both due to be available today on the Play store, alongside the refreshed Nexus 7 tablet. But it appears that the newest Nexus hardware is selling out fast.
Those of you in Australia need to get to your computer ASAP because the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 are now available to order. As expected the hot ticket is the 16GB version of the Nexus 4, and it’s already sold out. Of course you can get a little friendly with your refresh button and hope that it comes back in stock for a few minutes at some point.
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Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttThe Nexus 7 is Google first ever own-branded tablet, and thanks to a one-two punch of impressive power, features and 7-inch size combined with a starting US $199 price point serves as a strong proactive strike against any upcoming and similarly sized iPad Mini.
If you’ve always wished your tablet was smaller than your existing tablet yet appreciably bigger than your
I'm in a dilemma here.
Since a month ago, the Nexus 7 16GB Wi-Fi price has come down in my country.
Because it's not sold by Google (it's sold by ASUS distributors), the price was hovering at $320. But now it has come down to $220.
It's getting really hard to resist buying.
I’m not sure we really need any more confirmation that the Google Nexus Tablet is going to be announced either today or tomorrow at Google I/O, but in case you’re still skeptical, Google has the Nexus banner on the third floor of the Moscone Center. Nobody was allowed up there yesterday, but we snagged a shot.