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Nexus 7 To Finally Make Its Way To European Customers

After the initial UK launch, the Google Nexus 7, the tablet computer manufactured by Asus, stopped reaching other European customers. But it was just a temporary pause it seems, as recently Asus broke the news to their Italian Facebook fans about a September launch at €250. And now the Google-branded, 7-inch tablet has also appeared in France and Germany.

Google Nexus 7
French retail site Fnac has already posted the Android device available for pre-order until September 3, when the device will arrive in their stores and it looks like the manufacturer, Asus, is reserving a corner in a Berlin store, but only the 16 GB version has been spotted so far.

In addition to Fnac, Darty and Boulanger were heard to be preparing their own Google Nexus 7 page for their online store, as well as their brick-and-mortar stores. But the price seems to be final: €250 for the 16 GB version.

If we take the Fnac site’s availability date as granted, future Nexus 7 tablet owners can prepare for a September 3 launch in these countries, helping the penetration of the Jelly Beam tablet into European markets. However, sources couldn’t confirm whether the Nexus 7's €250 price includes a Play Store credit like in the US, where you get $25 credit if you purchase the device. [Via GSMArena]

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