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Google Nexus 7 32GB tablet reaches new low at £136

(Update: The deal was still valid at the time of writing but not when it was published. Due to the ephemeral and random nature of deals, we can only offer our apologies).

Rarely has the arrival of a whole new product range change the dynamics of an ecosystem in technology. Yet the Google Nexus 7 did just that when it was launched last year and managed to get all the partners of Google (Samsung, Acer et al) to scramble for cover and come up with reasonable alternatives.

Samsung chose to give away some of its Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 tablets while Acer launched a new tablet that didn’t do well enough to bring down Google’s popular tablet. And the Nexus 7 may well be credited with forcing Apple to release the Apple iPad Mini.

Amazon is selling the Google Nexus 7 tablet for £136.24, a price that includes delivery and is for the new version of the device rather than the refurbished model that pops up from time to time. What’s more this is the 32GB model rather than the 16GB one and is sold by Electrical Deals, an Amazon Marketplace seller.

The device runs on a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 SoC clocked at 1.2GHz, the T30L, with 1GB of RAM, a 7in 1,280 x 800 pixel display, Wi-Fi, USB, a front facing 1.2-megapixel camera and Bluetooth. You can check out the review of the Google Nexus 7 tablet here.

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