Update 10:32 a.m. PT to include mention of the Nexus 7's launch.
Looking for more proof that Google is launching a tablet at its I/O Conference today?
A tipster told The Verge today that if users try changing a URL on Google's Play Store, they'll be able to see a banner showing off the Nexus 7 tablet. The banner shows the back, front, and side of the device, which is flanked by a "Nexus 7" logo.
Google has for months been rumored to be launching a tablet. The company has reportedly partnered with Asus on it, and will price the device at a level that will help it compete against the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire. It's believed that the Nexus 7 will come with a 7-inch screen.
Google is expected to unveil full details on the Nexus 7 today at its I/O Conference keynote.
Update: The Nexus 7 tablet was unveiled today at the Google I/O Conference. As previously reported, the device was built by Asus and comes with a 7-inch 1,280 x 800 HD display. According to Google, it's running the Tegra 3 processor, and has a front-facing camera for video chatting. Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as Bluetooth and near-field communication support are also included in the device.