We already told you that both models of the LG Nexus 4 sold out ridiculously fast on the Google Play Store, but it turns out that the 32GB Nexus 10 wasn't far behind. The tablet is no longer available to purchase on the Play Store, with the listing now showing a invitation for potential purchasers to leave their email to be notified when it becomes available. Looks like you'll have to settle for the 16GB model if you want to order a Nexus 10 today.
Of course, there's no telling how long those will stay in stock now that 32GB models are all gone. At the time of this writing, 16GB Nexus 10s are still available for order from the Google Play Store, but that could all change very soon. Better pick one up quickly if you don't want to be left out in the cold.
It's pretty easy to see why the Nexus 10 is selling so quickly. It's an affordable tablet with an excellent 10-inch screen displaying at 2560x1600 resolution. You really can't beat that screen in terms of resolution on a tablet, and that stellar display is grouped with a dual-core Samsung Exynos 5250 processor clocked at 1.7GHz and 2GB of RAM. Also, the fact that the 32GB models were the ones to sell out first isn't much of a surprise, as the Nexus 10 doesn't come with a microSD slot for additional storage.
So, between the two different Nexus 4s and the two different Nexus 10s that launched today, only 16GB Nexus 10s are still available. As we said above, you better snatch those up while you can, because we have a feeling that it won't be long before those are gone as well. Keep it tuned here to Android Community and we'll let you know when 16GB Nexus 10 models are gone too!