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Tuesday, 31 July 2012 10:15

Nexus 7 16GB back in stock at Play Store

Written by Fudzilla staff



Quick, before Apple files an injunction


Google’s Nexus 7 tablet seems to be doing better than anyone at Google and Asus anticipated and its success has already caused some minor issues for Google.

The company was forced to stop taking orders for the 16GB version shortly after launch. Since the margins on the 16GB version are much better than on the 8GB $199 model, it is no surprise that Google rushed to get it back in stock and now it’s back on sale over at the Play Store.

However, it’s not all smooth sailing for Google. Some punters are already questioning the company’s ability to keep up with demand and stick to its launch schedule. Hopefully Google will manage to launch the Nexus 7 in the EU before the union dissolves or defaults.

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