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Topic # 165891 23-Feb-2015 20:50
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I hope this isn't old news but Google Play Devices has come to NZ!
Only two devices so far (Nexus 9 tablet and Chromecast) but the price is good - Nexus 9 pricing is as good as anything on PriceSpy with 16GB at $559 + $16 shipping and 32GB at $689.

If my wishes come true we'll get Motorola phones one day.. :)

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  Reply # 1245171 23-Feb-2015 20:51
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You're a month or so late sorry buddy

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  Reply # 1245175 23-Feb-2015 20:53
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They are quite pricey when you compare them to ipad minis, which seem to retain their value too.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1245186 23-Feb-2015 21:06
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Bah, thought I had discovered something.
See what happens when you take your eye off the ball?


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  Reply # 1245249 23-Feb-2015 22:29
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Nexus 9 gets pretty average reviews

no mSD and crappy keyboard/folio case (WTH is with 2 large Emoji keys on keyboard instead of real useful keys"



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  Reply # 1245257 23-Feb-2015 22:33
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It's not so much about the n9 itself but that Play Store finally has hardware that we can buy without using a VPN to mask our IP address

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