If you’re a Nexus 10 buyer with your fingers on the refresh button while waiting for a restock, you’re in luck! The 16 GB version of the new slate is now available on Google Play again, but there are still no 32 GB versions and no idea when they’ll come back. This goes to show that the product is hugely popular and it’s flying off the shelves real fast.

The price tag is $399.99 and the product can be bought from here. We are dealing with a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution tablet with a 10.1 inch PLS LCD panel incorporated, plus 2 GB of RAM, a 1.7 GHz A15 Eagle processor and a Mali T604 GPU. The slate has dual band, MIMO andHT40 support over b/g/n, plus GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and Android 4.2 as the OS. From the first tests, the Nexus 10 should give you about 7 or 8 hours of use with normal functioning, which is not impressive, but the screen is certainly an energy eater.

At the back of the Nexus 10 there’s a 5 megapixel camera, that you should expect too much from. On a side note, as you probably already know, everything inside this device is made by Samsung, from flash memory to processor, display panel and battery. Quite an in house product, right?