The 16GB Nexus 7 Is Now Just $200

Illustration for article titled The 16GB Nexus 7 Is Now Just $200

Google just took the lid off a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet, and dropped the price of the 16GB model from $250 to $200. The bigger version is $249.

This confirmed earlier suspicions from price leaks to third-party retailers that Google would make its flagship tablet cheaper. In spite of the cancellation of Google's event because of Hurricane Sandy, the news is still moving along—Google also revealed the 10-inch Nexus 10 to rival the iPad. The 32GB Nexus 7 also comes in an HSPA+ version for $300. The tablet goes on sale on November 13. [Google Blog]

Share This Story

Get our `newsletter`



This really makes the iPad Mini much harder to justify. I know specs don't mean everything, but you get a quad core processor, 1GB of Ram, and 216 ppi display for 33% less than a dual core, 512 MB Ram, and 163 ppi display.

And the play store is really solid, and you still can get the kindle app.

Edit: Don't get me wrong, the iPad Mini is still going to sell like hot cakes. People comfortable with iOS and the Apple ecosystem will be more than happy to jump on board. But Google and Amazon have thrown up better options.