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[color=#444444][font=georgia]While it was pretty clear that Asustek's Google-partnered [/font][/color][url="http://www.engadget.com/tag/nexus7"]Nexus 7[/url][color=#444444][font=georgia] contributed heavily to the Taiwanese maker's [/font][/color][url="http://www.engadget.com/2012/10/30/asustek-q3-net-profits-up-43-percent/"]healthy Q3 results[/url][color=#444444][font=georgia], there was no official confirmation on its exact sales figures so far. Asustek CFO David Chang has now come clean and told the [/font][/color][i]WSJ[/i][color=#444444][font=georgia] that the 7-incher is close to touching the one million per month mark, just about double the rate of sales at its launch[/font][/color]
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http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2012/10/30/asustek-nexus-7-sales-approaching-1-million-a-month/


this little Nexus is killing it. I guess the numbers will increase even more now when they have the more memory version for same money which will make the existing ones drop.

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Speaking as a satisfied Nexus 7 owner I'm not surprised by its success. It's a really good tablet for a great price, and did rekindle my appreciation for Android. Consequently I'm going to be one of the first to order a Nexus 4 as soon as it is available.
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[quote name='Boz' timestamp='1351677148' post='595286745']
[url="http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2012/10/30/asustek-nexus-7-sales-approaching-1-million-a-month/"]http://blogs.wsj.com...illion-a-month/[/url]


this little Nexus is killing it. I guess the numbers will increase even more now when they have the more memory version for same money which will make the existing ones drop.

Great stuff.
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killing what? Good sales for Google but what exactly is it killing?

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[quote name='Mephistopheles' timestamp='1351677430' post='595286751']
Speaking as a satisfied Nexus 7 owner I'm not surprised by its success. It's a really good tablet for a great price, and did rekindle my appreciation for Android. Consequently I'm going to be one of the first to order a Nexus 4 as soon as it is available.
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Haha, exactly the same for me.

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[quote name='BajiRav' timestamp='1351678625' post='595286761']
killing what? Good sales for Google but what exactly is it killing?
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That's a lot of sales. I'm not surprised, though. When Google has a hit, they have a huge hit.

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Glad to hear it selling so well.

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I'm really thinking about getting a 16GB Nexus 7 when they drop down to $199 when the new size model comes out soon. As someone who spends alot of time laying down during the month due to pain and what not, having a tablet where I can game, browse, read, etc for this quality and price is near second to none imo. The only other tablet/whatever I'm even thinking about is the newer Kindle (possibly a Nook, but meh don't like their ecosystem, or lack thereof).

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huge sales. I think this would have impacted a little of Amazon and ipad sales.

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I am sure the N10 will sell just as well. I just hope the battery life is 10 hours so I can sell my ipad and get one of these.

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