What is the point? You need to develop for the most common, i.e. Nexus soon, not the least common, i.e. this guy. I know a few Android devs. Most of them work with the Nexus device first, then expand and test on others.
People who buy a device like the Nexus, are trying to save money and are less likely to buy apps/games. People who buy more expensive devices like this will want to push the tablet and see what it can do and are more likely to buy apps/games.
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