The magenta carrier will give you one for $0 upfront, then followed by 24 monthly payments of $24.99. This adds up to a grand total of $599.76, so it's definitely not a cheap offering this one. But then you probably already know that about the Nexus 9.
On the other hand, you get 200MB of free data per month for the life of the device if you use it with T-Mobile. If you need more, for $10 monthly you can add it to your existing Simple Choice plan.
It's good to see the tablet in stock at T-Mobile, especially after it was delayed earlier this month. Thankfully though, the delay was only a few days.
The 4G variant of the Nexus 9 comes with 32GB of internal storage, and all the specs of the Wi-Fi-only model. So you'll have an 8.9-inch 2,048x1,536 touchscreen, the Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset with 2.3 GHz dual-core Denver CPU, and the Kepler DX1 GPU.
And as usual Google Nexus-series have no card readers... All along with one of the suits of Google saying that memory cards are too complicated for commoners... Well Google than my money also too complicated for you. There are plenty of t...
Honestly, as an android user, I'd still prefer ipads for tablets.. I don't know why.. maybe it's more user friendly in my opinion. HTC devices are always pricy..
Granted Lollipop is nice but this device is too pricey for the limitations. Would rather buy the Surface Pro 3.