Nexus 7 32GB Now in Stock at Walmart, Office Depot

Google was supposed to be holding a press event in NYC today to reveal several new gadgets. The event was canceled over the weekend for a good reason (Hurricane Sandy), but it looks like at least some of Google's retail partners didn't get the message.

Walmart and Office Depot are both showing the new Nexus 7 Android tablet as being in stock (here), though OD has not yet updated their website.

This is pretty much what I expected when I heard the event was canceled, so it comes as no surprise. Walmart is showing the price as $249, and they are also carrying the 16GB model for $199 (here). Again, no surprise.

TBH, that's not the news I wanted to see today. I was hoping that someone might post a  product page for the Nexus 10. While we do know that this tablet will reportedly have a 10.1" screen (2560x1600 resolution) and run Android 4.2 on a dual-core 1.7GHz Exynos CPU, a pair of cameras, 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, it would be nice to finally have these details (and the price) confirmed.

But I don't think that will happen today. I also cannot find any sign of the Nexus 7 3G model, though that would be more likely to be sold via the telecom partner or possibly Best Buy

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5 Comments

  1. fjtorres29 October, 2012

    What I want to know is what’s the price!
    Since it doesn’t have an SDcard slot the price of the 32GB variant is going to be key for me.

    Reply
    1. fjtorres29 October, 2012

      What I want is the Price of the Nexus10, of course.
      The price will also tell us who it’s primarily targetted at; Apple or Amazon. If its aimed at Apple (16GB > $400) I probably won’t be interested.

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      1. Nate Hoffelder29 October, 2012

        I bet everyone knew what you meant. I certainly want to know the price of the Nexus 10.

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        1. fjtorres29 October, 2012

          And now that we know, the show’s over, no?
          I was kinda hoping (against all evidence) for $329.
          Just… ’cause…
          Woulda made for some fun sniping to watch. 😉

          Reply
          1. Nate Hoffelder29 October, 2012

            LOL That would have been fun.

            Reply

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