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Google Debuts 3 Nexus Devices
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mrmessma
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mrmessma,
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10/29/2012 | 8:19:24 PM
re: Google Debuts 3 Nexus Devices
I love the pricing, but it's due to lack of LTE, that's a heart breaker.
smsith
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smsith,
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10/29/2012 | 8:17:49 PM
re: Google Debuts 3 Nexus Devices
You have to give Google points for aggressive pricing. An cutting edge unlocked phone for $299!? That is a pretty big drop from the $500-$600 others charge. However, It does not have LTE that will make it a non-starter for many, t-mobile customers will like the deal. The Nexus 7 will keep selling well at $200-250. I am not sure about the 10" tablets. $400 is not a bad price but when they are down to $300 the floodgates will open.


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