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  Reply # 658508 19-Jul-2012 15:20
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shadybrothers: Weren't they on a pre-order status anyway? What were you complaining about?


I was complaining about the fact that some pre-orders were filled before others, despite having been placed later. I was civil and restrained, but I am still glad that I did make noise, because the issue was addressed. 

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  Reply # 658515 19-Jul-2012 15:26
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So no one is stocking the 8GB version in NZ at the moment?




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  Reply # 658521 19-Jul-2012 15:34
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openmedia: So no one is stocking the 8GB version in NZ at the moment?


No and they wont

We get the $25 USD credit right guys?

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  Reply # 658523 19-Jul-2012 15:37

openmedia: So no one is stocking the 8GB version in NZ at the moment?


The 16GB model is for retailers, the 8GB model is only available online in the play store. But not in NZ where it staill says: Sorry! Devices on Google Play is not available in your country yet. We're working to bring devices to more countries as quickly as possible. Please check back again soon.


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  Reply # 658544 19-Jul-2012 15:53
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stuartjmz:
shadybrothers: Weren't they on a pre-order status anyway? What were you complaining about?


I was complaining about the fact that some pre-orders were filled before others, despite having been placed later. I was civil and restrained, but I am still glad that I did make noise, because the issue was addressed. 


top man, glad you showed them what is what! 




this is a slap in the face!

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  Reply # 658580 19-Jul-2012 16:46
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Giggs:

Christchurch for me.

Good luck. I hope you don't have to wait too long.


Which store was yours ordered with?  Mine was with NL Riccarton, or at least that's the store I said I wanted to collect from.  The pre-order was made online.  Cheers.




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Reply # 658590 19-Jul-2012 16:57
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss: 
We get the $25 USD credit right guys?


I just picked mine up this arvo, signed into the play store and went to buy an app and was only given the choice of using credit card.  No mention of a credit anywhere.

Maybe i'm doing it wrong tho.

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  Reply # 658592 19-Jul-2012 17:13
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Neets:
Giggs:

Christchurch for me.

Good luck. I hope you don't have to wait too long.


Which store was yours ordered with?  Mine was with NL Riccarton, or at least that's the store I said I wanted to collect from.  The pre-order was made online.  Cheers.


I got mine from NL Northwood.  I pre-ordered in the store though, not online.

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  Reply # 658599 19-Jul-2012 17:32
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azzaj:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss: 
We get the $25 USD credit right guys?


I just picked mine up this arvo, signed into the play store and went to buy an app and was only given the choice of using credit card.  No mention of a credit anywhere.

Maybe i'm doing it wrong tho.


Just picked up mine, apart from a welcome to the nexus 7 email, nothing

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  Reply # 658600 19-Jul-2012 17:33
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
azzaj:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss: 
We get the $25 USD credit right guys?


I just picked mine up this arvo, signed into the play store and went to buy an app and was only given the choice of using credit card.  No mention of a credit anywhere.

Maybe i'm doing it wrong tho.


Just picked up mine, apart from a welcome to the nexus 7 email, nothing


I begin to suspect that only regions with 'enhanced' Google services access like the UK and US are getting the nice little Play Store credit... If so that is rather poor since we're paying a lot more here for a less capable device...




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  Reply # 658604 19-Jul-2012 17:35
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NZtechfreak:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
azzaj:
P1n3apqlExpr3ss:?
We get the $25 USD credit right guys?


I just picked mine up this arvo, signed into the play store and went to buy an app and was only given the choice of using credit card. ?No mention of a credit anywhere.

Maybe i'm doing it wrong tho.


Just picked up mine, apart from a welcome to the nexus 7 email, nothing


I begin to suspect that only regions with 'enhanced' Google services access like the UK and US are getting the nice little Play Store credit... If so that is rather poor since we're paying a lot more here for a less capable device...


In that regard the Huawei Media Pad is a much better deal at $250




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  Reply # 658605 19-Jul-2012 17:36
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NZtechfreak:

I begin to suspect that only regions with 'enhanced' Google services access like the UK and US are getting the nice little Play Store credit... If so that is rather poor since we're paying a lot more here for a less capable device...



Which is pretty much what I said on the Google Australia and Nexus 7 Google+ pages

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  Reply # 658607 19-Jul-2012 17:38
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lokhor: 

In that regard the Huawei Media Pad is a much better deal at $250



The twitter link said it ran ICS, but the Warehouse page says Honeycomb - which is it?

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  Reply # 658614 19-Jul-2012 17:54
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I just rang The Warehouse and she found the full specs for the Huawei Mediapad, definitely running Honeycomb

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  Reply # 658616 19-Jul-2012 17:57
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stuartjmz: I just rang The Warehouse and she found the full specs for the Huawei Mediapad, definitely running Honeycomb


AFAIK a "test" version of ICS (for us, not our mums) was released a month or so ago, you can find it here

http://www.huaweidevice.com/worldwide/productFeatures.do?pinfoId=3135&treeId=3290&directoryId=5011&tab=0

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