NVIDIA announced the Tegra Note tablet platform back in September. That news was quickly followed by EVGA who unveiled a branded Tegra Note 7 tablet and mentioned that it would be available soon. Well, it appears as if the tablet has begun arriving with US retailers. So far we are seeing a listing with Newegg.
Gmail. Then they have branded equipment like the Nexus devices and Chromebook Pixel. Even the Chromecast is a very Google product, leading us to believe they’d at least try to get involved in retail.
Google Glass we have some potentially excellent news for you this week. A rather interesting and brief rumor was tossed around on Google+ yesterday by none other than Robert Scoble, who many probably know for taking the shower picture with Google Glass. According to Scoble, Google will be renting space from Best Buy for Google Glass.
Nexus 7 is finally available. Well, available to those in the US at the moment, while other regions were simply told "in the coming weeks" from Google's event last Wednesday. Google hasn't been very straight forward as to when other regions will be able to enjoy the new slate, as well as when we can expect to see those LTE models hit the street.
Nexus 7 has already begun arriving with one retailer. That retailer is Best Buy and the tablet is available for online purchase as of this morning. Gone is the pre-order button and in the place is a simple add-to-cart button.
Nexus 7 2 leaks seem to have gone into overdrive last evening and those were apparently followed up with some pre-order availability. The pre-order listings have just recently begun showing up and while we expect more will follow, we currently have Best Buy and PC Connection taking orders. There is also a listing with Sam's Club, however that points to a not yet available in-store listing.
Nexus 7 2 would be available beginning on July 31st. While we have yet to learn the official release date from Google, it looks like this week has begun with another leak from yet another retail store. This latest is coming from Best Buy and has the tablet coming available a day earlier than with Staples.
Nexus 7 2 leaks are beginning to pick up in pace. Earlier this morning we saw a bit of talk about the specs and now it is looking like the release date has been revealed. We should point out that this has yet to be confirmed by Google or the retailer, in this case Staples, however it does show some dates that are starting to line up. This recent Staples leak points towards two dates.
Toshiba announced a trio of tablets back in early-June. The models included the Excite Pure, Excite Pro and Excite Write. At the time Toshiba announced the full set of specs, the pricing and even had the tablets available in June. The catch with that last part, the June availability was limited to the Toshiba website. They did however promise that additional retail availability was coming in July.