It's a big day for fans of Google-approved Android hardware, as the tech god has now started selling the 2013 edition Nexus 7 direct from its site. And seeing as you're there, why not chuck a hugely discounted Nexus 4 in your basket too?
Google's got two versions of the new Nexus 7 up for sale, with the 16GB unit costing £199 and the 32GB model yours for £239. And those are the actual prices you pay, too, as Google's decided not to charge anything for shipping for "a limited time" only. Which is probably a wise decision, as many shops already selling the updated tablet don't charge for delivery.
But possibly more exciting than that is the fact it's hacked massive lumps off the price of the excellent Nexus 4, taking the cost of the 8GB model down to a competition-smashing £159, and reducing the 16GB unit to just £199. [Google Play]