Barnes & Noble (B&N), leading eBook retailer just announces two new Nook tablets; the Nook HD and Nook HD+. Nook HD is a 7-inch tablet while Nook HD+ has 9-inch display screen. Price for both tablet are most competitive in the market.
Barnes & Noble’s Nook HD & Nook HD+ tablets is the best competitive answer to Kindle Fire HD and Google’s Nexus 7 tablet. These tablets are not to be manufacture as a threat to Apple iPad but for people who buy tablet only for reading eBooks, then Nook HD is a wiser choice.
Here are full features and specifications of Nook HD & Nook HD+.
Nook HD+: (Prices – $269 onwards)
This is a 9-inch tablet with full HD display. Nook HD+ is powered with a high-performance 1.5 GHz processor. Device is perfect for education, creative work as well as entertainment needs of a family. The amazing HD display is best for watching movies, video albums, gaming and maps. You can browse over 3 Million books on B&N store.
Tablet is available in two versions; 16GB at a price of $269 and 32GB Nook HD+ at a price of $299 on B&N stores. For more memory needs it also has a microSD card slot.
Nook HD: (Prices – $199 onwards)
This is a 7-inch Nook tabletwith highest resolution(1440 x 900) available at this size. Device is powered with 1.3 GHz OMAP 4470 chip and 1GB RAM. The battery life is also decent as you can watch 9 hours of video and read eBooks for 10.5 hours. Tablet is available in two versions; 16GB at a price of $199 and 32GB Nook HD+ at a price of $229 on B&N stores.