Demand for seems to have well exceeded the tech giant's expectations.
Last week, Google posted a message to saying that shipments of the 16GB model were delayed one to two weeks. Now, the store has stopped taking orders altogether.
Those who want to purchase the $249 version of the tablet are told to sign up to be notified by e-mail when it is back in stock.
The 16GB version is at GameStop, Kmart, Sam's Club, Office Depot, Staples, B&H, Best Buy in Canada and, , Tesco in te UK. The only place to get the device online at this point may be eBay.
Google is for the 8GB version however, which costs $199.
The 7-inch tablet, which , is the first to run the latest version of Android, codename Jelly Bean. It has a 1280×800 HD display (216 ppi) and a 12-core CPU. It has received widely positive reviews from the press — our own Peter Pachal called it
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A power button and volume rocker are on the side of the tablet.