Tuesday, November 8, 2011


As TGG leaked earlier, Barnes and Noble has officially unveiled the Nook Tablet. The device runs Android 2.3, has a 7-inch LG “Vivid View” display, 16GB of expandable storage, 1GB of RAM and a dual-core 1GHz processor. It also weighs under one pound and supports up to 11.5 hours of reading time on a single charge. Barnes & Noble said the device will have free access to AT&T and Barnes & Noble Wi-Fi hotspots. The Nook Tablet has the “deepest Netflix integration of any tablet” and is capable of playing 1080p HD video. The device will have access to Barnes & Noble’s new “Nook Cloud” service for free storage as well as free customer support.

Just as Amazon did when it released the Kindle Fire, Barnes and Noble has dropped the price of its ereader to $99. The Nook Color hasn't been forgotten and will receive a free software with "over 100 updates."

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