Google Brings The Google Store To Puerto Rico Today

Google is bringing the Google Store to Puerto Rico today as the online shop has now gone live for consumers in the region. This means Puerto Rico residents will be able to get their hands on some of the same products that you can buy in other regions like the U.S. This includes the Pixel and Pixel XL, though it is worth noting that the product availability of some stuff is limited or non-existent when comparing to what's available elsewhere. For example, the Google Store Puerto Rico has the transparent and colored cases for the Pixel and Pixel XL but not the live cases, which means there's no access to the KISS Live Cases that landed on the Google Store in the U.S. earlier today.

That said there is a fair amount of stuff that can be purchased within the region, like Samsung's Chromebook Plus, the Daydream View headset and the replacement face pads, and some chargers and cables for the phones. What is notably absent are the Android Wear smartwatches that you can find elsewhere. The LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style are two watches which you can pick up in the U.S., but the Android Wear category of the Google Store in Puerto Rico is not even available, with no word on when or if Google plans to officially launch this section of the Google Store in that country at some point in the future.

Although the amount of items that are available is not as expansive as the Google Store in other locations, the launch in Puerto Rico shows that Google is still keen on launching the online store in other areas around the globe. At the moment there isn't any talk of what products they may bring to the Google Store next, but those within the country can already grab a Pixel and some accompanying accessories as the stock seems to be available for much of the items shown. This is excluding the limited edition Blue color of the 32GB Pixel, which is already out of stock, or perhaps was never in stock to begin with. In either case, if you live in Puerto Rico and have been waiting to get your hands on some of this stuff, now's your chance.

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