US bookseller Barnes and Noble has caught fondleslab fever, unveiling its Nook Tablet today to compete with Amazon's Kindle Fire. The Nook ebook reader has been Amazon's hottest competition in the US, with 27 per cent of books sold in the country coming from Barnes and Noble, the company said. And it looks like the one-time …
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Now, that's sensible, slap on a cloud backup utility and you're sorted.
Haven't they already got a 7" android tablet called the nook color? Sure it needs some fiddling to get the android market on it, but it's all there.
"Haven't they already got a 7" android tablet called the nook color?"
Well, yes, but that's a "reader" and now sells for $50 less. The new higher-priced "tablet" seems to be essentially the same device without the confining "reader" designation.
I'm in the UK have a my Nook Reader.. also I have Nook E.
You're lucky, I've not had Nook E in years :(
"there are no known plans to introduce any of Barnes and Noble's Nooks outside the country"
That's a shame.
I was looking forward to purchasing one for my Cranny for Ghristmas.
All those specs and no ship date?
The Kindle Fire is supposed to ship on the 15th, when's this thingie supposed to materialize? Are we supposed to pre-order for a mid-December delivery? And who'd be dumb enough to do that?
What does it run?
Android or Windows? Ice cream sammich? Mango? QNX?
Read and Record
Isn't that what the obnoxious kid on Young Apprentice was banging on about?
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