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Nexus 7 usage is rising, sales figures are still being ninja's

Google and ASUS' Nexus 7 sees spike in usage numbers, but sales figures are still unknown

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jul 26, 2012 4:30 am

Google and ASUS' new $199 tablet is enjoying some nice pure, raw, technology lust, with the tablet being pulled from sale as it was selling out faster than the companies had expected, but official sales figures are still not here.

 

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Chitika have collected some data, and in its early stages it looks like the Nexus 7 is doing very well indeed. Chitika's data includes the number of impressions per 100 Apple iPad impressions, with the Nexus 7 sitting at just 0.3.

 

But, considering it went on sale just a couple of weeks ago, it has already edged out HP's Touchpad, and Sony's Tablet S. Close to it we have the Motorola XOOM with 0.89, Amazon's Kindle Fire with 0.90, and Samsung's Galaxy Tab (which exact model, or the entire range, I don't know) at 2.69.

 

At this rate, it could overtake the already established Fire and XOOM within the coming months, without breaking a sweat.

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Kitguru.net, Phonearena.com

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