The shameful stock situation Google’s been suffering with its Nexus phone and tablet range has got a little better today, with the Asus-made Nexus 7 now available once again in its 3G/32GB incarnation for the usual unlocked price of £239, joining the 32GB Wi-Fi only model in being available direct from Google.
Also, Google’s now started accepting orders for the 16GB Nexus 10 again, which currently ships in “less than one week” if you believe what Google’s rather wobbly ordering system has to say. That’s at the same £319 price as before, too.
The bad news is that, in the UK at least, the 16GB Nexus 7 is still unavailable, as are the two Nexus 4 models (surprise!) AND the 32GB Nexus 10, meaning only THREE out of the SEVEN Nexus devices are currently in stock through Google’s direct store.
But that’s better than yesterday, when only one Nexus 7 model was listed as being in stock.