Google cut the price of the Nexus 7 16GB by £40 just a couple of weeks after the tablet first launched. That's a pretty hefty price-cut and one which angered those who paid full-price for the Android tablet.
The good news is that Google have now announced that they are offering early adopters of the Nexus 7 16GB a refund.
In order to get the full £40 refunded you need to have purchased the 16GB Nexus 7 from Google Play after the 14th October. You only have until November 15th to qualify to claim which you can apply for by clicking here.
Those who bought the Nexus 7 16GB from Asus will be able to claim back a £25 voucher to offset some of the price reduction. The voucher can be used on the Asus store to buy whatever you like , but it's still not as good as Google's compensation package.
The Google Nexus 7 16GB is currently available to buy direct from Google for just £159, which is amazing value for a quad-core Android tablet. Therefore it doesn't come as a huge surprise to learn that Google are now selling a million Nexus 7's a month.
A 3G version of the Nexus 7 is also now available with 32GB of on-board memory that costs £239. This makes it significantly cheaper than Apple's iPad Mini and Three have announced that they'll be stocking the Google Nexus 7 3G !
By Simon Thomas on 12th November, 2012