The time for pre-orders is over. You can now pick up HTC's Nexus-powered tablet and Asus' set-top hockey puck from the Google Play Store. The tab has also been posted on Best Buy's website.

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Some variants are still missing from the Google Play store, specifically the "Sand" colored version as well as any equipped with LTE bands. But if Wi-Fi-enabled, black/white tablets are more your thing, then be prepared to part with $400-$480 for 16GB and 32GB respectively. The good news keeps coming as Google posts a pretty quick shipping turn around, and buyers could have their tablets in hand within one or two days.

Ordering from Best Buy is a little bit more of a crapshoot as it will depend heavily on wherever you live, but if luck is in your favor, a nearby store will have one available for pickup.

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You'll need to be a little more patient when it comes to the $100 Nexus Player. That little guy will take at least two to three weeks to get to your doorstep. [Android Police]