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ASUS 3G Nexus 7 tablet heads Down Under

07 Dec 2012

ASUS has revealed the 3G version of its Nexus 7 tablet will be available in Australian and New Zealand retail stores this month.

The notebook vendor says the ASUS "brings even more mobility to the popular 7inch, quad-core tablet featuring Google’s Android Jelly Bean operating system."

Designed to go wherever you go, the device now has the option to connect to mobile data networks across ANZ and will not be locked to any one carrier.

In New Zealand, ASUS says the Nexus 7 will be distributed by Synnex, and will be available at Harvey Norman, Dick Smith and authorised ASUS resellers.


Nexus 7 32GB (3G) - NZD$499

Nexus 7 32GB (WiFi only) - NZD$439

Nexus 7 16GB (WiFi only) - NZD$359

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