Staples drops prices on all Nexus 7 devices, new Nexus may be looming

Staples drops prices on all Nexus 7 devices, new Nexus may be looming

If you’re in the mood for speculation, put on your monocles and grab your corncob pipes, and indulge me for a moment.


From leaks and rumors all over the internet, we’re seeing signs of a brand-spankin’-new Nexus 7-ish device coming soon to a phoneaholic near you. Retailers have been doing their best to clear out their inventory by dropping prices and offering incentives across the board. Now, Staples has lowered their prices, to include:

  • Nexus 7 32GB $199.99 ($50 off)
  • Nexus 7 16GB $179.99 ($20 off)

Now, to the naked eye, that may sound like just another sale, but we like to look a little further into things than that. Staples looks like they’re trying to clear out some space for new product with that pricing, and it may very well be for the oft-rumored new Nexus 7. These prices bring the devices below what you can get them for from Google, and even come with free shipping (unless you just get it in-store). Plus, with a ShopDiscover card, you can save an additional 5%.

Thoughts? Be sure to let us know below.

via androidpolice


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1 Comment

  1. jacktx42
    July 09, 18:03 Reply

    went to Sam’s Club a little bit ago. Nexus 7 off display, no “Buy Me” tags.

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