By Adrian Diaconescu | for Technology Tell 
Google’s Nexus devices have surely proven to be intensely popular, but narrowing it down to one thing that has been stopping people from buying the Nexus trio is its limited availability. The Nexus 7 has been the only device to keep up with the high demand, while the 10—and especially the 4—have been very rare sights.
And while eBay sellers are “kind” enough to supply you with the goods whenever you need it for luxurious prices, it sort of defeats the purpose, since the Nexus 4 and 10 are very attractive because they’re so cheap.
But fret not, ladies and gents, because the Nexus 10 is once again back up for sale  on Google’s U.S. Play Store. The tab goes for the regular prices of $399 with 16 GB of storage and $499 with 32 GB, and Google is even promising shipping in “less than one week”.
Of course, that’s only today’s status quo, because we have no way to know if Google has actually refilled the stocks this time around in order to keep up with at least a few weeks of demand. Meanwhile, the Nexus 4 is still nowhere to be found in the Play Store, although we think the phone is also due for a stock refresh very soon. Stay tuned …