Barnes & Noble NOOK COLOR eBook Reader (WiFi Only)

July 7, 2013 - Comment

Nothing brings your reading to life like our VividView? Color Touchscreen. The rich high resolution backlit display uses more than 16 million colors to illuminate stunning images and crisp text for easy reading day or night. 8GB of built-in memory lets you hold up to 6,000 books or a combination that might include 1,000 books,

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Nothing brings your reading to life like our VividView? Color Touchscreen. The rich high resolution backlit display uses more than 16 million colors to illuminate stunning images and crisp text for easy reading day or night.

8GB of built-in memory lets you hold up to 6,000 books or a combination that might include 1,000 books, 25 full-color magazines, 10 newspapers, 50 kids’ books, 500 songs and 150 photos. Run out of space? Slip in a MicroSD memory card to store even more.

Your NOOKbooks are yours to keep forever. Upgrade your NOOK, replace a lost NOOK or use our free NOOKapps to read on another device – your books are safely stored and can be downloaded anytime, anywhere.

NOOKcolor lets you go beyond reading with our built-in Wi-Fi connection. Surf the web, check your email, read a favorite blog or search Google it’s all just a touch away.

ck back and have a little fun with the growing array of exclusive NOOKextras. Crossword puzzles, Sudoku, Chess and Pandora internet radio are among the fun additions to the NOOKcolor experience.

Bring your NOOK or NOOKcolor into any Barnes & Noble store to get exclusive articles from top authors, and great offers including cafe treats and unique deals.

Read any book free on your NOOK or NOOKcolor for up to an hour per day when connected to the free in-store Wi-Fi

Includes SanDisk 1GB microSD expansion card.

Product Features

  • Stunning 7-inch color touchscreen
  • Magazines & newspapers in rich color, Kids’ books come alive
  • Over 2 million titles at your fingertips
  • Get social, surf the web, play games, even listen to music
  • Built-in WiFi

Comments

MahJongg Rave "MahJongg Rave" says:

Very cool The NookColor meets my needs. I didn’t want the size or weight of an iPad, and this promises to do everything that an iPad does… only more compactly. In fact, the only thing I’m waiting for in the NookColor is the upcoming upgrade that will handle Flash files.My spouse has the newest Kindle, and is content with it, but I don’t like the fact that the Kindle contrast is still low and is not backlit. I love the NookColor backlit screen, and like that I can read in bed without disturbing my spouse. I’ve adjusted the level of illumination to practically the lowest level, and find reading is very crisp, clear and a pleasure.Although I haven’t used my NookColor in bright sun, it’s no problem reading in a well-lit room.I also have the Kindle app and the Nook app on my iPod Touch. Again, since it’s back-lit, I find it equally clear. I bought the NookColor because I was so happy with the Kindle/Nook apps on my iPod touch, but wanted a bigger screen…

cryogini says:

I Swore I’d Never Touch One, but I LOVE IT!!! I’m a die-hard book lover, and I swore I’d never read a book electronically, but I started to open to the idea on my last airline flight. I usually travel with a 2-inch stack of printed-out pdf files, 2 or 3 magazines, and a few books not to mention my reading light, highlighters, and sticky notes. It’s too much trouble to lug it all around, and now we have to pay for overweight luggage, so having one small tablet loaded with books makes sense.I’ve been looking at the iPad, but decided that it was too big, too expensive, and too fancy, plus I can’t bear the thought of another monthly phone bill. I primarily need to have quick access to reference materials that I have on Word and .pdf files as well as books, and occasional web access. After a lot of research and playing with various devices, I decided that the Nook Color was the best product for me. I have been extremely happy with it — reading from the Nook Color is a much better experience than I thought it would…

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