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Nexus 5 and 7 available on PlayStore for India and Hong Kong

Good news for people of India and Hong Kong as LG Nexus 5 and ASUS Nexus 7 are now available for online purchase in the Google Playstore.Moreover the Nexus wireless charger is also made available in US and Canada.This information came from official google+ account of Nexus

For India,the Nexus 5 is available at a price of Rs 28,999 for 16GB and 32,999 for 32 GB.On the other side the Nexus 7 is priced at Rs.20,999 for 16GB and Rs.23,999 for 32GB.The exclusive LTE version with 32GB is also availabe for an amount of Rs.27,999

For Hong Kong, the Nexus 5 is priced at HK$3,198 for 16GB and HK3,588 for 32GB.And Nexus 7 is priced at HK$2,398  and HK$2,798  for 16 and 32 GB respectively

 

 

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  1. I ordered an item through Ebay that’s shipping from Hong Kong on Tuesday (April 24th). How long does it usually take before I receive the item? It’s shipping to Texas via Air Mail! I’m just wondering since I’m eager to get the package.

  2. There is a group that partners with bars and nightclubs to fund local charities in Hong Kong. The bars add a small optional (opt-out) surcharge to drinks purchased, and the proceeds are donated to local charities by this group.

    Do you know the name of this group or have any information on it?

    Thanks!

  3. I’m planning to tour Hong Kong sometime next year, but am unsure of when the best time would be. Initially the plan was to go there in June as I heard that the big HK sale is on around that time, but then again, many people around the world would be picking that time to go as well. I don’t want to go there at a time when most people will be going as that would mean a bigger crowd at the famous spots, not to mention longer queues at Disneyland. Besides, summer is in June and it will be too hot to be walking around the whole day. Anyone can suggest a time when the weather is cooler, and hopefully a little sale is on as well?

  4. This is an example in case you don’t know what I meant.

    Spotify expanded into Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia in April, with plans to take the rest of the Asian markets as soon as possible. But the company should think twice before expanding into China, however, as that market is already saturated with music streaming sites that are finding it tough to generate income and combat China’s rampant music piracy.

    Taiwan I can understand, but didn’t Britain “return” Hong Kong to China 16 years ago?

  5. I just found a packet of Hong Kong flour in my cupboard and I have totally no idea why I bought it. Any suggestions on what to bake with it?

  6. Also any tips on what to see and where to shop in Hong Kong? We have a 4 day visit in April.

  7. I am planning to go to Hong Kong in 2010 and would like to visit tokyo and japan as well. I am going to America next year so would like to go the following year. I cant seem to find many places online that you can book a holiday to Hong Kong, anyone know a good place to go?

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