Retailer GameStop will carry the new Google Nexus 7 tablet, the company has announced.
Beginning July 30, consumers can buy the $230 16GB model and $270 32GB version at all United States stores.
Consumers looking to buy online won't have to wait, as the tablet is available today ahead of schedule through the retailer's website.
“We are happy to partner with Google to carry the next installment of their Nexus 7 tablet,” GameStop mobile vice president Joe Gorman said in a statement.
The new Google Nexus 7 features Android Jelly Bean 4.3, a front- and rear-facing camera, and a 7" screen. GameStop also announced that, for a limited time, customers can receive 30 percent extra in-store credit on any items traded towards the purchase of the new Nexus 7.