Originally Posted by murraypaul
In UK prices:
The difference between a 16GB iPad4 and a 32GB iPad4 is 80 GBP.
The difference between a 16GB Nexus 10 and a 32GB Nexus 10 is 70 GBP.
Does a difference of 10 pounds mean that Apple is price-gouging but Google isn't? Or is Google price-gouging too?
For the record, I didn't say price-gouging myself. I said greedy. And in the US, Google charges half as much as Apple does for that memory.
But no, I don't like that Google does it either and have said so before.
Edit: I missed that you said Nexus 10 instead of 7. I haven't been paying much attention to the 10, but I see it charges $100 for an extra 16GB just like Apple does. Very disappointing.