The new Nexux 7 already appears to be out of stock with Staples (both versions) and Amazon (32GB model), after having started sales only a few days ago.
Both retailers launched the Nexus 7 (2013) ahead of the July 30 release date announced by Google during the new Nexus 7 event, and it looks like they’re already running out of stock.
Staples has already sold out both the 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi models, but we’ll point out that a $30 off tablets coupon may have helped with sales, as many users were able to buy one of the two versions for $30 less than the original price. We will also note that the Nexus 7 seems to be out-of-stock for online sales, and you may find it available for in-store sales (just click on the “Reserve and Pickup” button if it shows up online, and you’ll get more information on stock availability for your region).
Amazon still has the 16GB version in stock ready to ship immediately, while the 32GB model will only ship in 3-4 weeks if ordered now.
In addition to Staples and Amazon, there are plenty of other retailers that are selling the tablet in the U.S. including the Google Play Store, Best Buy, Game Stop, Walmart, OfficeMax, Office Depot, H&N, RadioShack, J&R and B&H.
The 16GB version retails for $229, while the 32GB costs $269. The 4G LTE version is not available from any store at this point, as Google announced it will be released in the following weeks.