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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 Sean Brunett
Dec 13, 2010
The Android Market can now be accessed from the Barnes & Noble NookColor. Once it was rooted last month, it was only a matter of time before the community was able to enable the tablet/e...
by Android Central
Dec 07, 2010
Operating System: AndroidDisplay: 7-inch touchscreenResolution: 1024 x 600Memory: 8 GB built in with microSD slot (up to 32 GB)WiFi: 802.11 b/g/nPandora pre-installedSupported document files: EPUB, PD...
by Chris Parsons
Nov 29, 2010
If it runs Android, it must be rooted or at the very least, root must at be attempted. In this case, the Nook Color is the latest to fall victim to such guilty pleasures as you can tell from the above...
by Sean Brunett
Oct 26, 2010
Barnes and Noble unveiled its new e-reader/tablet today, deemed the NOOKcolor. The Nook has previously been mostly an e-reader that enjoyed 20 percent market share, deferring to Amazon's Kindle. Their...
by Phil Nickinson
Jun 21, 2010
If you've been looking to get into the Android-based e-reader game but haven't been to crazy about the price, you're starting to run out of excuses. The Barnes & Noble Nook line just got a re...