Google’s rumored Nexus 7-selling in the United States. A variety of major retail store chains in the country are reported to have run out of the gadget is on Friday.
GameStop store said that the two packages Nexus 7 allocation has been exhausted. While Sam’s Club, a network of warehouses owned by Wal-Mart, and Staples stores listed stock up on their site. Meanwhile, Depok Office shop through the website reportedly still selling the first tablet with Android OS is Jelly Bean.
This brings up the question of just how many units have been made for the initial production run. A previous rumor pointed to only 600,000 tablets being made in June, which could account for the quick sell-outs. With the Nexus 7 getting highly-positive reviews praising its high-end specs and low price, 600,000 doesn’t seem like nearly enough.
Of course, prior Nexus devices haven’t been top sellers in the past, so perhaps Google simply underestimated the demand of a low-cost/high-performing tablet
The third allocation Nexus 7 packets that have been ordered will be available in August. However, GameStop refused to name the exact number of orders already received. Eric Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman, told reporters on Wednesday that there is an enormous demand on the Nexus 7 in the first week after the tablet was introduced.
Google made Android tablet working with Asus chipset uses the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core and sold starting price of 199 dollars in the U.S. for the 8GB version