• Barnes & Noble goes after Amazon's cheapest Fire slate with a refreshed $50 Nook Tablet 7

    6 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Even though bookselling giant Barnes & Noble has had to take a number of drastic measures in recent years to grapple with the decline of its main business, laying off employees and exploring the possibility of a sale, some of you might be surprised to find out Nook tablets and e-readers are still a thing.
    After unveiling a relatively affordable 10.1-inch Android slate just last month, the company decided to also refresh its 7-incher “in time for holiday shopping.” The aptly named Nook Tablet 7 (or Nook 7 Tablet, as B&N seems incapable of making up its mind) is about as cheap as ...
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  • Barnes and Noble launches NOOK Tablet 7-inch for less than $50

    Barnes and Noble launches NOOK Tablet 7-inch for less than $50

    6 days ago - By Beta News

    For a while, it seemed like tablets were going to become the most popular consumer devices, but then, they weren't. People tired of trying to retrofit them with keyboards to make them faux-laptops - they just used actual laptops instead. Not to mention, with smartphones getting increasingly larger screens, tablets began to feel a bit redundant. With that said, tablets have their place for media consumption - I still prefer my iPad to my iPhone for watching videos. If you know someone that wants a tablet this holiday season, but you don't want to spend too much money to get...
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  • Barnes and Noble's newest Kindle competitor is a 7-inch, $49 Nook

    Barnes and Noble's newest Kindle competitor is a 7-inch, $49 Nook

    6 days ago - By Ars Technica

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    Barnes and Noble hasn't given up on its Nook tablets-quite the contrary, in fact. Last month, the bookseller debuted its biggest Android reading tablet yet, a $129, 10.1-inch slab with room for up to 256GB of storage. And today, Barnes and Noble came out with another, much more affordable tablet: an updated version of its two-year-old, 7-inch Nook that costs only $49.
    The new Nook looks nearly identical to the previous model, which was the smallest Nook when it came out a couple of years ago. The black slate has a 7-inch, 1024×600 display on it, as well as a microUSB port for...
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  • Barnes & Noble Launches Smallest And Cheapest Nook Yet

    Barnes & Noble Launches Smallest And Cheapest Nook Yet

    6 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    Barnes & Noble is one of the few companies that makes Amazon Kindle rivals and it continues to roll out new models. The company today launched a new Nook which happens to be the smallest and cheapest one that it has ever released. It has a 7 inch display and a price tag of $49.99. It follows the one that the company launched last month, at 10.1 inches, it had the largest display ever for a Nook. This new Nook features a 7 inch 1024×600 pixel resolution IPS display and 16GB of internal storage. It's possible to expand the storage up to 128GB with a microSD card. It features built-in Wi-Fi...
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