Google is now stocking its consistently sold out Google Nexus 7 3G tablet at the moment after stock delays and it being sold out online and virtually everywhere.
Customers who have been waiting for the device to come into stock can now pick one up online from the Google Play Store, which will mark the first time that the 3G tablet has been directly available since the Jelly Bean device’s announcement and release earlier in the month.
Whilst its good news for Nexus 7 customers, fans waiting for the LG Nexus 4 smartphone and the larger 10-inch Nexus 10 tablet will still have to wait sometime longer as both Jelly Bean devices are still sold out with no news on stock.
Both devices sold out just as quickly as the Nexus 7 3G but have yet to re-appear on the Play Store for consumers to buy, however you can pick up the Nexus 4 from unlocked retailers and on contract at the moment so there is some respite for eager fans.
The Nexus 7 3G is available for only £239 and comes with 32GB of storage and for those not interested in mobile connectivity, you can also pick up the Wi-Fi version for just £159 for the 16GB and £199 for the 32GB variant.