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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.

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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

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