We learned a while back that Asus was shipping out close to 1 million units of the Nexus 7 per month. With the recent introduction of newer variants, and buoyed by the holiday shopping season, DigiTimes reports that the monthly global sales of the tab are expected to break the million unit barrier in December.
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Which test pits all the important tablets in battery life face-off, it’s not looking good for Android
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Buy an 18 month subscription to The Times, get a 32 GB Nexus 7 for just £50
People normally buy smartphones and tablets in one of two ways. They either buy the device outright from a retail store for full price, or they sign a contract with an operator that then provides cellular connectivity. Looking to shake things up a bit, The Times will sell you a 32 GB Nexus 7 for just £50 if you buy an 18 month subscription.
Deal: 32GB Nexus 7 Wi-Fi for just $229 via eBay seller
Nexus 7 buyers will be happy to hear that there may be a dock in their Nexus 7 future. Apparently Asus is ready to take orders for the official Nexus 7 charging cradle at least in Japan, where the device is priced at ¥3,580, or around $42.
Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 new buyers, remember to get your free Google Play content
This isn’t the first time we hear that an even cheaper Asus-made 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet will be unveiled at some point in the future, but while previous rumors suggested this will be a Nexus device, it looks like a new report implies that Asus may have some similar plans of its own.