When a particular piece of hardware is in great demand and there aren’t enough units to go around, one can only think whether there were enough units sent to retailers in the beginning, or are sales figures really that high? Well, the Google Nexus 10 which showed up on the Staples online site just yesterday has again experienced deja vu – being sold out, of course. Needless to say, the Google Nexus 10 has long ago being listed as out of stock over at the Google Play Store, and for Android fans, this is good news as it shows the Samsung manufactured tablet does have some mileage in it to go the distance against the Apple iPad, where it carries a 10” display at 2560 x 1600 resolution, churning out a pixel density of 300ppi. Compared this to the latest Apple iPad that has a pixel density of 264ppi, and you know who is in front in terms of specifications, although the eco-system is another story to write home about.


Well, since Staples is out of the Nexus 10, you might want to try your luck over at Walmart stores, where Walmart’s website has listed the 32GB variant as available for pick-up at the store or via home delivery, but you will not be able to find it under your Christmas tree as the earliest delivery date has been listed as December 27th.

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