Folks in Canada were told they’d have to wait until late July to get their hands on a Nexus 7, and new information from Staples seems to bring us a solid date. Customers who pre-order the device from there can expect shipments to arrive July 23rd. Remember that any date is subject to change (especially considering the launch of the Galaxy S3 and some of HTC’s phones as of late) so don’t round up the troops if things don’t come to pass. Will any of our Canadian readers be picking this one up? [Staples Canada via MobileSyrup]
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