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The Nookcolor from Barnes and Noble is the follow up to the popular Nook e-reader. While they both run Android, the Nookcolor is more of a tablet/e-reader hybrid than anything else, displaying a color touchscreen with a more efficient web experience.
The Nookcolor has a 7-inch touchscreen, 8 GB of built in memory, microSD slot (up to 32 GB), built in media player and more.
It will cost $249 and can be bought at any Barnes and Noble location.
Announced: October 26, 2010
Release Date: October 26, 2010
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by Richard Devine
Nov 04, 2012
Following the recent launch of the new Nook HD and HD+ in the US and the UK, Barnes & Noble has dropped the prices on their existing tablet range ahead of the holiday season. The cheapest Nook, ...
by Victoria Ho
Oct 30, 2012
Good news if you’ve pre-ordered the new Nooks. Barnes & Noble will start shipping the 7-inch Nook HD and 9-inch HD+ tablets this week.
The devices will also start arriving at the book ret...
by Phil Nickinson
Sep 25, 2012
Those of you rocking a Nook Tablet will have more video options in the weeks and months ahead. Barnes & Noble this morning announced Nook Video, which will stream, erm, video from HBO, Sony, STA...
by Phil Nickinson
Aug 28, 2012
We're slowing starting to get more details surrounding the long-awaited UK launch of Bares & Noble's Nook line. John Lewis will carry the Android-powered Nook Simple Touch and Simple Tou...
by Chris Parsons
Mar 13, 2012
The latest update to NOOK for Android has bumped the app into v3.1 and aside from having the normal bug fixes and stability improvements in it, you can now also have access to Barnes & Noble&rsq...