Skip to comments.Nexus 7 sells out across the USA
Posted on 07/22/2012 5:17:51 PM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Its an amazing feat to behold when a company makes a device so popular that it sells out in one store, much less the entirety of the USA but thats what Google is doing with the Nexus 7. This ASUS-manufactured tablet appears very much to be capturing the imaginations and pocketbooks of users across the United States as well as the UK as retailers both offline and online are showing sold out signs galore. From what we understand it appears that 3rd party retailers are frantically attempting to get more units in stock as ASUS and Google make moves to make it all happen smoothly.
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Have used an Asus notebook for several years. No issue but am migrating all my personal IM/IT inventory to Apple over the next year.
I have no dig in this hunt, because I have a lovely 10” HP TouchPad I got for $99 last Sept. But as nice as these purchases are, is Google actually making much money on them? Because Apple is making a KILLING on iPads.
Typing this on my TouchPad. I’m really looking forward to OpenWebOS.
Palm OS stuuff I guess
Another set of Apps?
While the Nexus 7 tablet is an interesting device, it’s still nowhere as flexible as an Apple iPad—especially with the gigantic iOS ecosystem bechind it.
I still use a NET10 Wireless Jihad Phone and do quite well, thank you. I have high speed Internet at home and at work - I’m not sure what more I need.
I’ve developed droid apps. I’ve developed apps that sell in the apple store.
My best advice to anyone would be to buy all the Apple stock you can afford.
Let me see,....we have Kindle,,,Android,...Windows 8 ...WebOS...
Well that is all I can come up with.
“I was quit when I came in here, I’m twice as quit now.” — Rick Deckard
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