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It has merely been two weeks since Google announced its new crop of Nexus devices which included the much rumored Nexus 9 tablet, as well as the company’s first Android TV powered streaming box. Both products were available for pre-order soon after they were unveiled but if you happen to be one of those people who like to take their sweet time in making up their minds about purchasing a device, rest assured, they’re both available now from the Google Play Store so you don’t have to look elsewhere when you’re ready to buy.

Folks living in the U.S. can now purchase a Nexus 9 tablet straight from the Google Play Store. The Wi-Fi only 16GB and 32GB configurations cost $399.99 and $479.99 in black or white. They’ll ship in 1-2 business days. Those who want to purchase one in sand color or one that has LTE they’ll have to wait as those configurations are listed as “coming soon.”

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The Nexus Player costs just $99 but customers will have to wait quite a bit before it reaches them. Current shipping estimates provided on Google Play Store range between 2-3 weeks. Nonetheless orders can be placed right away and if you’re lucky you just might get it ahead of the estimated timeframe.

No word as yet on when the LTE configurations of Nexus 9 will be available from the online store, we’ll update you when they become available.

Filed in Gadgets. Read more about google play store, nexus 9 and nexus player.

Display
8.9"
2048x1536 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$399.99 - Amazon
Camera
8 MP
Weight
425 g
Battery
6700 mAh
Launched in
2014-10
System
2GB RAM
Nvidia Tegra K1 + None
Storage (GB)
16,32
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