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32GB Nexus 10 Back in Stock at the Google Play Store

The 32GB version of the Samsung Nexus 10 is back in stock at the Google Play store. After having sold out on launch day, last week, you may want to hurry on over and grab one. The 16GB version is in stock as well, but for $100 more, you get double the storage. Up to you to decide if it’s worth it.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/alexschneider.ru Александр Шнайдер

    It is impossible to order Nexus 10 32GB. Even it is in store if you proceed to purchasing you are getting this (screenshot) http://clip2net.com/s/2wKls . I tried yesterday, today.,, everything is same. Shame on you Google.

  • soops

    I’m a bit confused about the charger on this. Does the N10 uses micro usb for charging or only through pogo pin charger?

    • http://twitter.com/AdamNJ77 Adam Brandt

      charging mine through micro USB port

    • Benjamin Sicard

      The POGO pins are only for the development of docking accessories. The device charges through Micro USB.

  • PalmerAdam

    I was ready to click buy until I saw they were charging tax? WTF they are pulling an amazon

    • mjpado

      They have to because your ordering from California. That and one other state ( can’t remember which) now charge state sales tax. Its coming soon to a state near you too.

  • JDizzle

    What happened to Google wanting to show retailers they can make things cheaper.

  • Stryker

    Finally received mine today. It ordered it within the first half hour on the 13th and had no notifications from El Goog until I woke up this morning to a tracking number, checked UPS website and it was already on the truck for delivery. What a debacle

    • Benjamin Sicard

      You got the product you ordered within a week of ordering on a hectic launchday of a highly anticipated device. Okay, the notification system botched up keeping you apprised of the situation, but really, debacle? Seems a bit strong considering you got what you ordered in an extremely timely fashion.

      • Stryker

        The simple fact that a company that thrives on data collection couldn’t collect and analyze the data well enough to forecast demand for 3 extremely popular product lines is in fact a corporate debacle. Add in the fact they could not covey to customers the status of their orders and it only compounds the issue

  • DC_Guy

    Got one! Yay! Now just need a 16 GB Nexus 4!! Wish there was a 32BG version of the Nexus 4 available but I digress.

    • PhoenixPath

      I’m sure that like the N7, the 32GB N4 will come along and raise the hackles of all the early adopters.

      Should be a good show…

  • http://twitter.com/HughHansen Hugh Hansen

    I don’t see it mentioned many places how much of a rip-off the storage tiers are. $100 for 16 gigs is robbery. But every device with storage tiers does it.

    Google got a lot of press for how little margin they were making on the $199 8 GB Nexus 7. They were probably doing pretty well on the $250 16 GB one, though.

    Someone should ask Google why 16 GB costs $100 inside the Nexus 10 but only $50 inside the Nexus 7.

    • James

      They wouldn’t sell any 16gb models without the $100 price difference and $499/32gb still prices them well under the comparable Ipad.

      The bottom line is that they do it because they can… as evidenced by the fact that they sold out at $499.

      • kretz7

        I gave you an upvote but I think you’re missing Hugh’s point. Every other device sold through the Play store is priced at $50 increments between “versions”. Why should the Nexus 10 be the only one that’s not? It becomes even more annoying when the Nexus 7 has the same 16 and 32 GB options but it only has a $50 price bump.

        • Benjamin Sicard

          I wouldn’t say he missed the point. He just jumped ahead of it and made a statement that covered just about everything pertaining to it. Something is worth what people are willing to pay for it. By purchasing the item you justify the price. Google doesn’t force you to buy the item, so we have no basis to be angry at them for pricing the way they do.

          • michael arazan

            Probably samsung taking a bigger portion of the cost to build it, Samsung likes to have competitive prices similar to another company, but the trade off is for the size and the screen resolution, and it gives Google a way to make some money basically.

    • whatphk

      The point is to offer buyer option, while maintaining the balance of number of units sold. Simple supply/demand.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10602828 Mike Hilal

    Already got mine when these popped back up earlier today.

  • Teng Taing

    Want! although i may wait till retailers get it, that way i dont have to pay for shipping

  • aznmode1

    I’m torn between this or Surface with a keyboard.

    • Teng Taing

      if you want a Surface, ide wait till next year for the Surface Pro to release

      • Royal2000H

        Those are supposed to come out with laptop pricing. $1000+

        • Benjamin Sicard

          They’re actually really nice though. Active digitizer, x86(the desktop version, rather than ARM) Windows. I’d say the current Surface is too expensive to be a proper introductory to the MS ecosystem.

  • http://www.facebook.com/travis.oakshott Travis Oakshott

    Any retailers carrying it? I know you can order it from staples and Walmart is suppose to get them eventually.

    • JoshGroff

      If Best Buy gets some, I might consider getting one since I have some gift cards to chip away at the price. Besides that, I can’t justify getting one since I already own an N7.

      • http://www.facebook.com/travis.oakshott Travis Oakshott

        They won’t even sell the N7 so I doubt they will sell the N10

        • JoshGroff

          I just assumed that was so they could push the Acer A100 and Galaxy Tab 7 2’s.

      • Droid_Junky

        I know for a fact that Amazon has a contract with Best Buy. Best Buy has agreed not to sale the Nexus 7 because the tablets are in the same price range. I don’t know if the N10 falls under the same contract.

        • JoshGroff

          Acer A100 and Galaxy Tab 7 2? Both are the same price range, so I don’t get why they would only not sell the N7.

  • RaptorOO7

    I was going to get one, then it was out of stock with a 3-5 week lead time. So I bought something else that is arriving tomorrow. Now its back in stock and I would have to return what I bought, wait for a credit, and then order the N10, which may or may not be in stock by that time. What a PITA!

    • htowngtr

      Just deny the shipment when it arrives or don’t open it and take it back to UPS/FedEx saying you refuse shipment. It will go back to the shipper and you get a refund.

  • ddevito

    I need me another chromebook – first one comes today!

  • Pandalero

    Would be nice if they replenish the N4 stock this quickly.

    • michael arazan

      Androidcentral just reported more Nexus 4 phones coming now.

  • Brent Cooper

    Too…early…before Christmas! Must….wait x_x

  • AC

    Finally! Ordered.

  • http://twitter.com/xblaratings XBLA Ratings

    Still no official accessories though? :(

    • Daniel Clifford

      Same as the Nexus 7. Nothing after 6 months.

      • JoshGroff

        The Nexus 7 came out at the end of July? I count 4 months.

        • ToddAwesome

          Where are my Verizon GNex accessories?!?!?!?!?

          • JoshGroff

            Hiding?

          • http://Twitter.com/ContestsAccount bigrob60

            I count about 1 year now.

          • James

            lol…bitter, party of 1!

        • Daniel Clifford

          I can count!! Wait…maybe not.

    • RaptorOO7

      Concerns me as well, if there are no accessories what good is it.

      • JoshGroff

        *Official* A word that is greatly overrated in the Android community.