Barnes & Noble Nookbook Ebook reader is with vibrant color touch screen 7-inch, zippy performance, built in Wi-Fi, 8 GB internal memory plus microSD expansion slot, built-in web browser works fine; compatible with PDF, Word, and ePub files, displays images and other video formats, support for MP3 audio playback.
Following the recent release of the Samsung tab Galaxy, much attention surrounding the tablet market growth. And it would be easy at first sight, the error of NookColor of a tablet. After all, a capacitive touch screen 7 “dominates the front surface and inside runs Android 2.1 and a Texas Instruments processor OMAP3 series.
It also has a MicroSD card slot for up to 32 GB of storage, 8 GB and a large onboard storage capacity for the user, the space to support a mix of materials (Barnes & Noble gives the example of 1000 books, 25 color magazines, 10 newspapers, 50 books for children, songs of 500 and 150 photos).
The device looks like Galaxy tab to some extent. It is sturdy, well built with buttons, a dark slate-colored bezel and a black rear tire. Is 8.1 inches high by 5 inches wide by 0.5 inches deep (technically, it measures 0.48 inches deep and 0.47 inches Galaxy Tab). And weighs 15.8 oz, 2.2 oz more than the Samsung tab Galaxy, 4.2 ounces more than its predecessor own monochromatic, the corner of Wi-Fi, 7.3 oz more than the third-generation Amazon Kindle 8.2 oz monochromatic and less than 9 , 7 inch screen Apple iPad.
Barnes & Noble color Nook Features:
- Color touchscreen display: Like other wireless readers, screen corner has a black and white electronic ink to display books and magazines. But beneath the screen reader is a small color screen that allows users to browse your library and choose what to read. The 3.5 “color LED display also has a keyboard for navigation.
- Share your books: This is the eBook reader first that lets you “borrow” the books to friends and family. Borrowed books can be accessed via computers and smartphones. You can check out one book for two weeks, during which time is available to you. At the end of two weeks, again the owner.
- The operating system Android: The corner is the first handheld device to operate under Android, Google’s operating system for mobile devices. Since Android is open source, outside developers can customize special applications for the corner, applications for Apple’s iPhone one of Los Angeles. Rincon also allows users to access existing applications for Android devices.
- Wi-Fi: In addition to download books using a 3G wireless connection, the corner also lets you do it through Wi-Fi. For now only works on Wi-Fi systems in Barnes & Noble stores, but plans are to offer it on other systems. Wi-Fi spots are now only selling at $ 149, $ 50 less than the 3G version.
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