Nexus 7 Sold Out; Google Stops Taking New Orders

July 23, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It looks like the brand new tablet from Google, the Nexus 7, has showcased a performance that even the search god did not expect it to. Finding it unable to manage the number of orders the company gets every day, Google has now stopped taking new orders.

The picture was grim for the search giant from last week itself, when it posted an official message in its online store that any new order for the 16 GB version of Nexus 7 will be delayed for one to two weeks.

Now new developments suggest that Google finds no respite from Android lovers from making new orders which outnumber its capacity. Now it has altogether stopped taking new orders for the device.

According to official information, if you want the 16 GB version of this 7 inch tablet which costs $249, you can’t place the order now.

Instead you will have to sign up. Once you sign up, an email notification will be sent when the device is available for shipping, after which you can place an order.

If you think you will get a piece of this Jelly Bean treat from some other online retailer, you are again wrong, since the 16 GB version is shown as out of stock by popular online stores like GameStop, Kmart, Sam’s Club, Office Depot, Staples, B&H, Best Buy in Canada and Tesco in the UK. But if you are lucky, you may be able to place an order on eBay.

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