Cheapest.co.uk advises the Asus Google Nexus 7 tablet PC is proving popular

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Online shopping portal cheapest.co.uk have noted that the Asus Google Nexus 7 tablet pc is proving one the months most popular products on their site having seen a vast uptake in clicks on the products webpage.

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Our suppliers are expecting their next delivery of the Nexus 7 on the 10th August but it is possible to reserve the device.

With the new Google tablet PC released earlier this week, online shopping portal Cheapest.co.uk have noted that the Asus Google Nexus 7 16gb version has proved a hit on their site and has already fought its way to the popular products list.

A spokesmen for Cheapest.co.uk commented: “the 16gb tablet device has proved extremely popular, not just with ourselves but across the market. Our suppliers are expecting their next delivery of the Nexus 7 on the 10th August but it is possible to reserve the device.”

They continued: “It would appear though that users want the extra space as the smaller 8gb version is still available at a number of stores. Is this possibly a sign that end users want devices to store data on their device as they are not yet up to speed with the cloud method of storage?”

The Asus Google Nexus 7 tablet PC has featured in the tech news over the past week as heavy demand for the 16gb version caused a number of stockists to sell out. As the companies first move into the tablet pc market, it created quite a stir and caused Google to halt new orders on their own Google Play store as well as at a number of physical stores.

The Google Nexus 7 tablet pc features a 7 inch high definition display, a quad core processor and 10 finger multi-touch screen. Added to this the tablet offers the latest version of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software, the newest version of the worlds most popular mobile platform with access to the Google Play apps store.

Cheapest.co.uk is part of the Cheap brand, offering all sorts of online services and comparisons through a network of three websites.

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