It seems that the last two Google Nexus products (3, if you count the Nexus Q) didn’t work out as nicely as Google hoped. First, the Nexus Q was sent back to the drawing board and then the Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 met with some serious stock problems. That’s what happens when you price high end devices at midrange prices…


Also, the LG Nexus 4 had some design problems and they may have also hampered the stocks. Well, after the Google Nexus 4 got back to normal stock, it’s now the turn of the “better than Retina Display” tablet to reappear in stock on the Google Play Store. Both the 16 GB and 32 GB units are available and listed as shipping soon, with a 1 to 2 week waiting time, between the ordering and shipping. Google has tried hard to keep up with demand for its products and we really can’t figure out why.

Rumors say that initial rumors were very low, showing that the company didn’t anticipate well the demand and then for some reason… no stock. You can get your Nexus 10 fix from the Play Store here, if you’re in need of a Cortex A15 2500 x 1600 pixel slate with a pretty minimalistic design, rounded curves, 2 GB of RAM and Android 4.2.