If we say the word Nexus, chances are you'll be thinking about the Nexus 7 tablet, or maybe the trio of Nexus phones that came before it.
But of course there's a third Nexus device – the Nexus Q, the black ball media streamer announced alongside Android Jelly Bean at the I/O conference last month. And turns out it's rather popular.
The spherical Nexus Q went on sale in the Google Play Store over in the US yesterday, and launch stock took just hours to sell out, with the estimated shipping date having already slipped to 2-3 weeks.
That still beats our prospects for getting our hands on the Nexus Q here in the UK, where Google's position on launching the device is that it has no position – there's no word on when it'll launch here, in other words.
Still, if it can actually make enough of the things to catch up with US demand – US punters are being charged $299 for the Android Ice Cream Sandwich media streamer, by the way – at least its favourable reception Stateside should give the G confidence that the Nexus Q will be well received on these shores too.