Google’s director of product manager for Android Hugo Barra, the saint who revealed all the devices they’d be giving to I/O attendees yesterday, let out a little bit of information regarding sales of the Nexus 7 tablet.
The tablet, now available for pre-sale for $200, was pretty much sold to developers and the geek community as soon as the price was revealed, but just how big has the response been?
Business Insider caught up with the guy as he revealed that sales for the tablet have been “big.” We’d hope for nothing less considering the powerful package you’re getting for a very attractive price point.
The device houses an NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 processor with 1GB of RAM and an HD display. There is no rear camera, but that’s a bit forgivable in the tablet realm.
You won’t find many devices this powerful for $200, and it seems like a ton of people have told Google just that with their wallets. Head to the Google Play Store if you want to order one.
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