ASUS and Google's new 2013 Nexus 7 with 4G LTE hasn't been the easiest tablet to get, but we are finally getting more good news. After initially being held back over a month while the WiFi only flavor shipped, Google finally unleashed the LTE model earlier this month. It quickly disappeared from the Play Store, then came back with T-Mobile and AT&T options, and now Best Buy will have them next.
We received a quick tip from an eagle-eyed reader that Best Buy now has the 4G LTE model listed as "coming soon" and we're assuming that will be in all variants. Support for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon. As a reminder, there's only one device, and it works with all three of those carriers, even if Verizon isn't playing very nice.
The 32GB Nexus 7 LTE is available as we speak from the Play Store bundled with a SIM from all but Verizon, and should be hitting Best Buy and likely Amazon soon. If you haven't played with the new slate yet, you'll be able to walk into Best buy and get you're hands on that sleek design for a test run.
In case you missed the news. The Nexus 7 LTE will get certified for use with Verizon 4G LTE soon enough, and is currently going through the carriers rigorous testing before they officially allow it on their network. So keep calm and Nexus on. It's coming.