There are a number of stores in the United Kingdom where you can get the Nexus 7, although some potential buyers could be waking up today and want to know what store has the best Nexus 7 UK price? The selection of stores is much smaller than you would see with an iPad launch, Comet is one retailer that doesn’t have stock of the Nexus 7 online or even a product page, but you will find Tesco and Dixons stocking the new Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) tablet right now.
When it comes to price you won’t see any stores undercutting each other by much, so you should expect to pay around £199.99 in all UK stores, although if you see any crazy deals let us know in the comments. You can find the Dixons Nexus 7 product page here, which states a “Next day delivery” at the time of writing. Tesco’s Nexus 7 page can be found here and are offering a price that is almost £1 cheaper, which also includes 199 Clubcard points and the tablet is in stock. It is worth noting that you can pick up in store as well, which is thanks to their “Click and Collect” service.
If you order the Nexus 7 online from the UK you can expect a delivery date within a couple of days, although this might change if the new tablet starts to sell out through high demand, so consider ordering as soon as possible or picking up in store if you really want one. If you find any stores running out of stock please share a comment, also with the location of that store.
We’ve included a video below this article for those of our UK readers that don’t know much about the Nexus 7 tablet and specs, although this is the official video from Google, so expect it to sing and dance about how good the device is. You can see an independent review of the Nexus 7 via our earlier article, but this also shouts mostly praise for the new tablet when comparing it to the Kindle Fire. It’s fair to say the Nexus 7 has received positive remarks from most technology blogs, although there have been some major issues in the US over shipping and this can be seen in the many comments here.
Are you looking at picking up a Nexus 7 in the UK today? Considering the Nexus 7 is the first tablet to get Jelly Bean we look forward to seeing consumers react to this Android update.
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