All three models are listed, including the 16GB with Wi-Fi for $299, the 32GB with Wi-Fi for $339, while the 32GB slate with Wi-Fi and LTE will go for $439, with shipping added separately for Australia-wide deliveries.
Aussies pay more
The US Google Play store lists the new Nexus 7 tablets for US$229, US$269 and US$349, respectively, meaning we'll still be paying more than our US-counterparts, even when factoring in currency rates.
Of course, this may not actually be Google's RRP for the devices in Australia, as currently, the Australian Google Play store doesn't even list the new device.
While PLE Computer gives us indicative prices and dates for an Australian Nexus 7 2 launch, there has been no official word from Google about pricing or availability for the region.
We recently got some hands-on time with the New Nexus 7 - check it out below:
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