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You Can Now Purchase a Nexus 10 from the Google Play Store

Steven Blum
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First you could, then you couldn't, and now you can once again purchase Google's ultra-high resolution tablet from the Google Play Store. The Nexus 10 is back on sale, as of today. You can pick one up for just $399 for a 16GB version or $499 for a 32GB version. Hooray!

 The Nexus 7 stock has also been replenished. Both the 16 and 32GB versions of the tablet are now on sale. Unfortunately, the same does not hold true for the Nexus 4, which appears to still be out-of-stock.

Disgruntled customers are still irritated with Google for the shortages. But it seems the company is learning from their mistakes and whoever purchases a Nexus 10 should see it show up on their doorstep before Christmas. So get shoppping!

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  • clouds Nov 22, 2012 Link

    Good news but not for all of us since the majority of people lives outside the United States

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  • Steven Blum Nov 22, 2012 Link

    Good point. It's available in Germany, as well. Where are you?

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  • chinu Nov 22, 2012 Link

    I have to wait.... Damn...

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  • Melvin P Nov 22, 2012 Link

    No not here in the Netherlands :/ (no store support)

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  • Anna F. Nov 23, 2012 Link

    The devices section of the Play Store isn't available here in Greece either :( But why is that? We are part of the EU just like Germany >:[ Racists

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  • Mindi Erickson Mar 29, 2013 Link

    This is convenient for sure. I've gotta be careful about my budget tho. I'll prob be sticking with http://androidtabletspecs.com tbh.

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