Nexus 7 shipping at Staples and GameStop

Feedback from our readers that have ordered the Google Nexus 7 tablet couldn’t be more mixed, and we’re hearing feelings of happiness and despair. There are a number of news outlets reporting that Staples and GameStop are out of stock on the first day of Nexus 7 sales, although some people that pre-ordered couldn’t be happier.

Numerous forums are filled with threads from happy customers, which have their Nexus 7 in hand, although you’ll find just as many that are upset with the service they’ve received so far, but this could just be people being impatient. Leave a comment below this article and let us know where you ordered your Nexus 7, and if it’s in your hands yet?

Most popular devices slip to long shipping dates very quickly, the iPad and iPhone do this every year, and the Nexus 7 is currently running at a 1-3 week shipping time depending on what model you choose.

Nexus 7 is shipping from Google over 3 days, which started yesterday, and if you pre-ordered you should either have the tablet already or it will be at your door within the next couple of days. We’ve heard from a number of PR readers that have July 17 as a delivery date from Staples, although some people pre-ordered the Nexus 7 at GameStop and picked up in a local store on the launch date.

Another sign to see everything is going to plan would be checking your payment method, and if you’ve been charged then you can count on the Nexus 7 arriving very soon.

Did you order the Google Nexus 7, and if so where did you order from and has it arrived yet?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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