Price drop applied to 16GB model of Google's tablet.
Despite Google's cancellation of its Monday Android event due to hurricane Sandy, the search giant has unveiled a full new line of Nexus products. Among the new hardware is a 32GB upgrade for the Nexus 7, which has already leaked out into hardware channels. BetaNews is reporting that one Office Depot store is currently selling the device with a price of 249.99, while the 16GB variant has seen its price drop to $200.
Office Depot's website currently lists both the 16GB and 8GB versions of the Nexus 7 as "not available for purchase at this time."
Droid Life is also said to have seen the appearance of the Nexus 7's 32GB version at Office Depot, accompanied with a $50 price drop on the 16GB model.
Multiple online retailers have already outed the existence of the 32GB model of the Nexus 7, while one customer even received the product itself.