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Google Nexus 9 ready for pre-orders on Amazon, ships out Nov. 3

Google Nexus 9
Google's Nexus 9 tablet went up for pre-orders on Amazon a day early, as the website is now taking orders for the much-anticipated tablet.
Pre-orders for the device begin at $399 for 16GB Wi-Fi version that comes in black or white. The 32GB Wi-Fi version of the device can also be pre-ordered at $479.99, available in the same colors.
Amazon offers free shipping for both versions of the Nexus 9.
Not yet up for pre-orders on Amazon are the LTE models of the tablets, along with the "sand" color option available for all versions of the device.
The devices, however, won't be released for shipping until Nov. 3, which is when Google itself and all other retailers will be shipping the tablet. However, as with every other pre-order, being among the first in line to own a new product makes the device much cooler, especially for enthusiasts.
For people living outside the United States, Amazon also offers the Nexus 9 up for pre-orders on international websites. Amazon France has the 16GB version up for €399 and the 32GB version up for €489. Amazon France also has the 32GB LTE model up, for a price of €569. Amazon Germany, on the other hand, also has the 12GB and 32GB Wi-Fi models up for pre-order, at the same prices as those in Amazon France.
Other international websites for Amazon do not have the Nexus 9 tablet listed for pre-orders.
The official first day of pre-orders for the Nexus 9 will have the tablet go up on Google's Play Store and other retailers.
The Nexus 9, built by HTC in partnership with Google, is the successor of the Nexus 7 tablet that was manufactured by Asus. As the Nexus 7 was the first device to run on Android 4.1, the Nexus 9 will be one of the first devices to run on Android 5.0 Lollipop. The Nexus 9 was designed with the usage of Android 5.0 in mind, which means that the tablet will be maximizing the capabilities of Google's new version for its mobile operating system.
The Nexus 9 also boasts a 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 2.3 GHz processor and a 192-core Kepler graphics card, which is a package of powerful hardware that will work in perfect combination with the 64-bit processing capability of Android 5.0.
Sold separately for the Nexus 9 is a keyboard that can be magnetically attached to the tablet, allowing the user to type at different angles. The tablet looks to compete with Apple's iPad, and with the keyboard, also looks to challenge Microsoft's Surface.

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