1. RealNeal's Avatar
    Well the new N7 Prices are out..and will have a cellular configuration

    32GB Nexus 7 Is Now Available From Office Depot

    Earlier this morning, Office Depots page for the 32GB Nexus 7 just went live. There is no picture of the device and its only available through in-store pickup. Regardless, its still available and only costs $249.99. You can buy one today and pick up it at the store.

    Interestingly enough, Office Depot is still selling the 16GB Nexus 7 for the same price as the newly revealed 32GB version. The price is probably going to drop to a more manageable $199 once Googles Monday event rolls around.

    Google themselves are already hinting that the 8GB Nexus 7 is going to be killed off. The device is currently unavailable on Google Play. They may be taking a page out of Amazons playbook in how the retailer regularly discontinues products a few days before theyre going to be replaced.

    32GB Nexus 7 Is Now Available From Office Depot | WebProNews


    Also, 3G Modem

    Nexus 7 3G spotted at the FCC ahead of Google event

    3G Cell modem is a go for Monday...

    Nexus 7 3G spotted at the FCC ahead of Google event | Android Central
    This is the iPad mini forum. Not the Nexus forum. Get it??
    10-25-2012 07:19 PM
  2. Apple4ever2011's Avatar
    Well the new N7 Prices are out..and will have a cellular configuration

    32GB Nexus 7 Is Now Available From Office Depot

    Earlier this morning, Office Depots page for the 32GB Nexus 7 just went live. There is no picture of the device and its only available through in-store pickup. Regardless, its still available and only costs $249.99. You can buy one today and pick up it at the store.

    Interestingly enough, Office Depot is still selling the 16GB Nexus 7 for the same price as the newly revealed 32GB version. The price is probably going to drop to a more manageable $199 once Googles Monday event rolls around.

    Google themselves are already hinting that the 8GB Nexus 7 is going to be killed off. The device is currently unavailable on Google Play. They may be taking a page out of Amazons playbook in how the retailer regularly discontinues products a few days before theyre going to be replaced.

    32GB Nexus 7 Is Now Available From Office Depot | WebProNews


    Also, 3G Modem

    Nexus 7 3G spotted at the FCC ahead of Google event

    3G Cell modem is a go for Monday...

    Nexus 7 3G spotted at the FCC ahead of Google event | Android Central
    Nexus what??? nobody cares.... this is iMore..... Kick Rocks Google
    10-26-2012 02:28 AM
  3. crpleprone91's Avatar
    The cheapest while maintaining their profit margins.

    BUMP
    10-27-2012 12:28 AM
  4. Fausty82's Avatar
    BUMP
    WTF?
    10-27-2012 12:36 AM
  5. Roo Zilla's Avatar
    The price of the iPad mini is fine. Anybody's who's bought Apple stuff already knows it's never going to be the cheapest. Take a look at iPods. You can get a cheap MP3 player for like $10. The cheapest iPod is still $50. The reason you buy Apple stuff is because it's easier to use than the competition and you have access to the Apple ecosystem. You buy the iPad mini because you get access to 250,000 tablet apps. If that's not a big deal to the buyer, then he should definitely get a N7 or one of those Playbooks for like $99.

    There was an article written by a blogger name John Gruber. In it, he basically describes the "niceness" of the iPhone 5, how it really is a feat of engineering and manufacturing technology. It also applies to just about everything else Apple makes. His premise is that there is value to "niceness," but that value is different for everybody. There are some for whom how "nice" something feels in the hand is of not much consequence, they value utility beyond all, and "bang for the buck" is what they're after. There are others though, for whom "niceness" is really an important factor in choosing something, and for them the so called "bang for the buck" factor isn't as important. It's really for the latter group Apple designs their stuff for because obviously, Apple doesn't need to spend the extra engineering time and money to design their stuff as "nice" as it is. The problem for some is that "niceness" doesn't come free, or their value of "nice" doesn't coincide with how Apple values "nice." In the case of the iPad mini, "niceness" costs $330.
    10-27-2012 09:58 PM
  6. Apple4ever2011's Avatar
    The price of the iPad mini is fine. Anybody's who's bought Apple stuff already knows it's never going to be the cheapest. Take a look at iPods. You can get a cheap MP3 player for like $10. The cheapest iPod is still $50. The reason you buy Apple stuff is because it's easier to use than the competition and you have access to the Apple ecosystem. You buy the iPad mini because you get access to 250,000 tablet apps. If that's not a big deal to the buyer, then he yupshould definitely get a N7 or one of those Playbooks for like $99.

    There was an article written by a blogger name John Gruber. In it, he basically describes the "niceness" of the iPhone 5, how it really is a feat of engineering and manufacturing technology. It also applies to just about everything else Apple makes. His premise is that there is value to "niceness," but that value is different for everybody. There are some for whom how "nice" something feels in the hand is of not much consequence, they value utility beyond all, and "bang for the buck" is what they're after. There are others though, for whom "niceness" is really an important factor in choosing something, and for them the so called "bang for the buck" factor isn't as important. It's really for the latter group Apple designs their stuff for because obviously, Apple doesn't need to spend the extra engineering time and money to design their stuff as "nice" as it is. The problem for some is that "niceness" doesn't come free, or their value of "nice" doesn't coincide with how Apple values "nice." In the case of the iPad mini, "niceness" costs $330.
    Yup yup....good call
    10-29-2012 12:02 AM
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