The LTE version of Google’s terrific new Nexus 7 is now available in ten more countries. In addition to availability here in the U.S., the tab, which goes for $349 unlocked (32GB, Wi-Fi + Mobile data), is now on sale through the Play Store for customers in Canada, Australia, Japan, Germany and Italy, and more. Pricing will vary depending on where you live, but the main thing is that the device is now more widely available. In addition to wider access to the device overseas, AT&T on Tuesday said the tab, through the Google Play store, is now available for the carrier as well.
If you haven’t caught up on our Nexus 7 coverage, you can do so here. Announced this past July, Google’s new Nexus 7 comes equipped with a Full HD 7-inch display, faster guts, 5-megapixel rear camera, smaller battery and a fresh new design with soft touch back. The device is a little more expensive than last year’s model was when it launched, but you’re getting plenty of value because of the device’s updated specs.