Let's face it. The new Nexus 7 is no longer a surprise. We've already seen it. We've already seen press shots for it. Hell, we pretty much know all the details. And now here it is in its full packaging, which means someone was able to get a real version of it early. Which means the Nexus 7 is pretty much ready to go.
The iPad Mini is here. It's a sleek, thin and light 7.9-inch tablet made of anodized aluminum and glass that follows the format reduction pioneered by Google and Amazon. This thing is really neat. Really light and thin at 0.68 pounds and 7.2 millimeters.
A couple of online retailers have been posting listings for a 32GB Google Nexus 7 at a price of around $270. [Android Police]
So maybe you've been sitting back, waiting to see what tablets the world has in store. That's not a bad idea, but if you've been leaning towards the Nexus 7, you should just pull the trigger right now. Why? Because it still comes with a $25 Google Play credit, but only until tomorrow.