Google just unveiled a website for locating Nexus devices.
The website immediately requests access to a visitor’s current location, and then it serves up localized contact information for retailers and vendors offering Nexus devices. Folks need to select whether they want a Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, or even all devices, adjust the search area distance, and then contact the listed retailers for device availability.
Also, T-Mobile is currently the only Nexus 4 vendor, so Google’s tool is basically a T-Mobile store locator for those trying to find a Nexus 4. It is certainly still useful for those seeking an alternative Nexus device, though.
If visitors don’t want to give access to their location data, they can also manually type in their address. Check it out: www.google.com/nexus/4/retailers
Google Nexus (@googlenexus) February 14, 2013
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