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Google's Nexus 10 tablet goes on sale in Japan after a few months delay

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
February 5, 2013
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Mimicking the postponed release schedule of its 7-inch cousin, Google's Nexus 10 tablet is just now going on sale in Japan. We originally expected Japanese availability at the same time as other areas last fall, but that was not in the cards for the high ppi slate. Shipping within the next couple of weeks, it's priced at 36,800 yen ($397) for the 16GB, and 44,800 yen ($484) for the 32GB, comparing very favorably with current US pricing. The specs remain the same, so if the only thing keeping you from owning one has been local availability then that's no longer a hurdle, although grabbing a hot-selling Nexus 4 is still a bit more tricky.

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