The 16GB version of the popular Google Nexus tablet is now listed as ‘Back in stock’, two weeks after it ran ‘Out of stock’ on Google Play. Since the Nexus 7 tablet was launched during the Google I/O developer conference last month, the 7 inch tablet has ruled the market and has attracted a lot of publicity. The tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and comes with 1 GB of RAM, 1280 X 800 Pixels resolution HD screen and a Quad Score Tegra 3 processor.
The Google Nexus 7 16GB version sold out about two weeks ago, and showed no indication on when they would be back on stock. Rumor had it though that orders would be shipped within 2 to 3 weeks. Apparently, Google did not anticipate that the 16GB tablets, which retail at $250, would be more popular with buyers than the cheaper $199 8GB tablets. According to Google, customers placing their orders now for the 16GB tablets should expect to the tablets to be delivered in 3 to 5 days.
Given the option of the 8GB and the 16GB tablet, most buyers prefer the 16GB tablet because the 8GB ones have too little space for multimedia files that the tablet is capable of downloading and playing. Out of the 8GB internal memory, 2.5GB is taken up by operating system files and HD movies will probably take up another 4GB leaving the user with very little space for music and applications. The 16GB option is probably a good option no matter what you need the tablet for. If you are interested in the Nexus tablet, you can place an order via this link.
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