If you’re looking for a new Nexus in Australia though, there may be other on- and off-line retailers you can go to, and it might work out cheaper than buying direct from Google.
We’ve collected information about all the retailers and sites we know of that will be stocking the new devices, and we’ll keep this page updated as more information becomes available.
Update 2: Sold out! The 16 GB model sold out in 20 minutes, the 8 GB took slightly longer. We’ll update as soon as we hear when stock will be available again.
Update: It lives! The Nexus 4 just went live on the Play Store. Shipping will cost $19.99 and take 3-5 days. You can also buy a bumper case for $19.99 if you’re into that kind of thing.
So far, the only place you can buy the Nexus 4 is directly from Google. At this stage, we’re yet to hear of other retailers planning to stock the Nexus 4.
Update: MobiCity now have the 8 GB Nexus 4 in stock.
Mobicity are taking pre-orders for
both the 8 GB and 16 GB Nexus 4 at the moment. They do not give an estimated shipping date, but the 8 GB model will cost $449, and the 16 GB will set you back $499.
The Play Store is stocking 16 GB and 32 GB Wifi-only models for $249 and $299 respectively, with shipping charges of $19.99. As yet, Google are not offering the 3G models in Australia via the Play Store just yet but retailers have advised they have it on order. Google Play | 16 GB – $249, 32 GB – $299
The Nexus 7 is the most ubiquitous of the Nexus line. You’d be hard pressed to find an electronics store that doesn’t sell it these days, and some of the prices are quite competitive. Update: most of the big stores have no stock in their physical shops. Yesterday, none of the Officeworks or JB Hi-Fi stores in Melbourne CBD had stock.
Bing Lee are currently selling the 16 GB Wifi-only model for $267, and have the 32 GB model on order with stock scheduled to arrive next week and cost $319.
CPL have the 16 GB model available on their website for $249, with pickup available from their Notting Hill or West Melbourne stores, or shipped for $10 – $20, depending on location.
Dick Smith Electronics
We previously posted that Dick Smith would be selling the 3G model,
and they’re still the only retailer that we know of. The 32 GB model with 3G will cost $399, and the Wifi-only version will cost $319. Update 04/12: Dick Smith are now selling the 32 GB for $299.
Currently, Digital Star have the 16 GB for $269, and are selling the 32 GB for $319 with stock expected in by the end of the week.
Domayne are said to be selling all three models of the Nexus 7, including 3G, but no orders for the 3G have been placed yet.
currently only offering stocking both the 16 GB and 32 GB WiFi-only model. Theirs is going for $318 $258 plus $7.80 shipping, which is expected to take 1-2 days. You can also pick one up in-store for the same price. The 32 GB model is in the system, but no orders have been placed yet.
EB Games | 16 GB – $258, 32 GB – $308
The Good Guys
Update 18/11: Harvey Norman now have the 32 GB Wifi and 3G models in stock for $316 and $386 respectively.
Update: Harvey Norman will price match. I scored a 16 GB Nexus 7 today for $245.
Harvey Norman are selling the 16 GB Wifi-only Nexus 7 for $257. Some stores are showing out of stock (Melbourne QV), so you should check online or ring before going in person. If you choose to order online and have it delivered, you’re looking at an additional $5.95 and a 2-day wait.
At this stage, JB Hi-Fi are only selling the 16 GB Wi-Fi model of the Nexus 7, and it’s retailing for $267 with free shipping to anywhere in Australia, or in-store pick-up. They have not yet announced availability for the 32 GB model.
Update: We have heard rumours that JB Hi-Fi will be stocking the 32 GB very soon, and that it will cost $319. This seems reasonable, as Officeworks are also selling it for the same price.
Update 04/12: The 32 GB is in stock, and costs $298.
Update 04/12: Kogan are now selling the 3G version for $359.
Kogan have the best price on the Nexus 7 at the moment, and they are stocking the full range of Wifi-only models. 8 GB is selling for $219, 16 GB for
$239$229, and 32 GB is $279. Shipping costs $19 and is said to take 5 working days.
Kogan | 8 GB – $219, 16 GB – $229, 32 GB – $279, 32GB 3G – $359
Update: MobiCity are now selling the 32GB 3G Nexus 7 for $399
Mobicity are selling the the 8GB Wifi-only Nexus 7 for $229, the 16GB for
$269 $259, and the 32 GB model for $299. Each model is listed as in-stock and delivery will cost $19.00.
Mobicity | 8 GB – $229, 16 GB – $259, 32 GB – $299, 32 GB 3G – $399
MSY are selling the 16 GB for $259. You can check stock levels on their website before you head down to the store. At this stage, it seemed that they had stock in most locations.
Officeworks have told us that they will be selling the 32 GB Wifi-only model for $319, and it should be in stock around November 12. The 8 GB and 16 GB models are listed as out of stock on their website, but some stores still have limited stock. If you’re interested in one of the smaller models, you’d be best ringing or visiting your closest store for more information. It’s worth noting that this is the same price as you’d pay from the Play Store plus delivery, but you get the benefit of having the device immediately. Officeworks | 32 GB – $319
Online Computer have the 16GB model in stock now for $259.
They will be selling the 32 GB model, but do not have an ETA or price available yet. Update: 32 GB is now in stock for $319.
Online Computer | 16 GB – $259, 32 GB – $319
Currently have the 16 GB in stock for $269, and are expecting the 32 GB to arrive on 13/11 to be sold for $319.
As far as we’re aware, the only place you can buy the Nexus 10 at this stage is from the Play Store directly. Google are selling the Wifi-only device with 16 GB for $469, and 32 GB for $569. Shipping will cost $19.99 and take 3-5 days.
Google Play | 16 GB – $469, 32 GB – $569
Update: The 32 GB model has sold out on the Play Store.
Mobicity are now selling the 16 GB Nexus 10 for $499.
DMavo and Millennius have told us that they plan to carry the device, but have not released a date or pricing yet.
We’ve received word that Harvey Norman is going to carry the Nexus 10, and their price will be competitive with the Play Store.
Last update: 04/12/2012