There where previous reports, going back and forth, concerning Google and its next-generation Nexus 10 tablet; said rumors claimed that Samsung will not be the OEM behind the refresh — they did make the original Nexus 10 — but Google will instead choose ASUS, the maker of both the original, and the refreshed Nexus 7.

The image above has been allegedly snapped off of a PCWorld inventory system, and it apparently not only shows a Nexus 10 made by ASUS, but it also seems to list a price of 349.99, and, since the leakster claims to be a PCWorld UK employee, we’re looking at GBP (around $565). There’s no more information to go by and we really don’t know whether the leak, the information, or the prices are legit. The leakster claims no knowledge on whether we’re looking at the price of the 16-, or the 32GB model either.

Source: Twitter
Via: AndroidPolice

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