Nov, 29 2012

If you want to take a quick $20 off your Nexus 7 32GB you might want to consider it buying from RadioShack instead of the Google Play Store. The retailer is offering the device for $250 — that’s Google’s price, too. But Google isn’t offering this cool coupon code that’ll take $20 off any order of $125 or more.

This deal effectively brings the price down to $230, and while that’s not a terribly steep door-busting deal it should prove helpful for those who want to offset tax or shipping chargers they might otherwise accrue.

The Nexus 7 32GB should be quite the awesome device with its Tegra 3 chipset and completely stock, pure Android. But many were vexed to find out that there is no room for expandable storage. For most, 8GB isn’t enough, and 16GB is just barely acceptable. This new 32GB option was a must, and Google bringing it in at the the 16GB model’s original price tag means the Nexus 7 has gone back onto a lot of people’s radars and wishlists.

Unfortunately the device appears to be out of stock as of the time of this writing, and we expected that considering many people are likely to jump at a juicy deal like this without delay. But keep an eye on it and see if it doesn’t pick back up over the course of the week. You’ll want to keep coupon codeĀ RMN20 handy if you want to take advantage.

[RadioShack via Droid-Life]

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