After a ton of leaks, we finally have them in the US. The 32GB Nexus 7 has shipped to Staples locations, and their database shows them costing $250. We don’t know when they’ll be sold, but it’ll probably be very soon after the Android event on October 29th. For that price, I don’t know how anyone can resist!
i mean maybe because i stream everything and all my stuff is in the cloud but i don't see the appeal of a 32GB.... thoughts
TheKockyRooster I agree, I've got the 8gb version and I'm perfectly content. I put a few movies on there, some seasons of a tv show. And when I'm done I delete it. It might depend on the users music files size and or if they even plan on putting it on there. But for the average user I'd say 8gb is fine. At worse just buy a 1 dollar Micro usb to USB female cable and plug in a flash drive to it. Bam extra storage, which is even more portable. But I wonder if they'll lower the price of the 8gb, because the 16gb can't be the same price as the 32gb or it'd be stupid. And I think it'd be silly to remove the 16gb all together seeing as it's nice to have a middle ground. I'd say make the 8gb 150, the 16gb 200, and the 32gb 250. So every 50 bucks doubles your storage.
JosephAnthonyRobles internal Staples memo just leaked and you are right 32gb will be 250, 16gb will be 199 and they said the 8gb will be disco and go on clearence 10/30/2012 so I'd run in first thing that morning and scoop up $150 8gb Nexus 7 Christmas presents. I'm getting the 16gb @ $199!!!!
JosephAnthonyRobles TheKockyRooster that might put to rest the idea of the 99$ nexus 7. Maybe the 8 GB will be 149 like you said.
clamson95 JosephAnthonyRobles Well idk i think there will only be a hand full of clearance N7 8GB left. I think the $99 N7 8GB might be true, but it will revolve around the fact that its a different manufacturer and an interior CPU. both of those are major factors that would drive the price down, thus making it $99 viable. However, clearly not exactly for the N7 enthusiast.