The Nook HD has a 7″ 1440×900 screen, 1.3GHz dual-core CPU and weighs 315g. The HD+ has a 9″ 1080p screen, 1.5GHz dual-core CPU and weighs 515g. Both have 1GB RAM, microSD slot and HDMI.
Barnes & Noble’s new 6″ touchscreen e-book reader has a built-in backlight, so you get the best of both worlds: e-ink that’s easy on the eyes and illumination for reading in the dark.
Not to be outdone by Kindle Fire, B&N strikes back with their 7″ Android tablet, made for movies, games, web-surfing and of course, reading books. Has a dual-core CPU, 16GB storage, and 1GB RAM.
If you don’t already have an iPad, Kindle or one of the many other ways to read e-Books, Barnes & Noble’s next-gen Nook adds a 7-inch full-color screen, Wi-Fi, web browsing, games and music.
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