Google has launched their latest Nexus 7 tablet model to all Play Store web sites that are supporting devices. This means that now you can purchase the Nexus 7 2013 LTE tablet from Google Play Store in Spain, Germany, UK, France, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Canada, United States and with Italy being the latest country added to the list.

Quite clearly apart from being a  digital application distribution platform for Android and an online electronics and digital media store developed and maintained by Google, the website is quite helpful and usable. A small table on its ‘Technical Specifications’, talks about what all is inside the goody box, the basic system requirements (Wi-Fi portability, Syncing services requirement & mobile plans) & Help. A typical view window also shows you realistic pictures & angles of the product. Plus, you’re going straight to the manufacturer, through the manufacturer. Secured payments, refunds, warranty etc. naturally get taken care of. You are ruling out the middle man, which assures you a better price.

For a lot of consumers asking each other, “And for the record, does this work for Verizon customers or not?” the answer is a hopeful yes. The LTE Nexus 7 is technically compatible with Verizon’s LTE network, we already know that. But, users cannot activate a Nexus 7 on Verizon’s network, and we learned yesterday that was because the device has yet to be certified by Verizon. Unfortunately, Verizon wasn’t very clear about if and when that certification will happen, but the company has clarified today that it would be taken care of “shortly”.