It’s been a busy week of high-profile device launches form a couple of the companies behind the biggest platforms in mobile, with both Apple and Google showing off their latest hardware. Besides getting to know these new models themselves, we were also informed about how initial sales for the lot of them would begin. We may still be a couple weeks away from the start of Nexus 6 pre-orders, but the rest of this crew is already lining up to take your money, as pre-orders get underway for the Nexus 9, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3.

Google’s set to open Nexus 9 Play Store pre-orders at some point later today, but until it does, Amazon’s already accepting pre-orders – and at the same low Play Store prices (not to mention with free shipping). The tablet will ship early next month.

Over at Apple, both new iPads are available for pre-order, with Apple indicating (at the moment, at least) that shipments will go out in the next two to four days.

That gives any tablet fan plenty of options to choose from: so which is the one for you? Tell us about you preferences in the comments below – are you leaping at the chance to buy any of these guys?

Update: Google’s direct pre-orders have now started.

Source: Amazon, Apple 1,2
Via: Phone Dog, Android Central

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