Barnes & Noble NOOK ebook reader (WiFi + 3G)[B&W]

July 7, 2013 - Comment

Choose an eBook using the beautiful color touch screen, then watch it appear instantly on the E Ink® display, where text appears as crisp as a printed page. The 16-level gray scale display offers great contrast with no glare or backlight. Choose from five font sizes so you can read with ease. Product Features Barnes

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Choose an eBook using the beautiful color touch screen, then watch it appear instantly on the E Ink® display, where text appears as crisp as a printed page. The 16-level gray scale display offers great contrast with no glare or backlight. Choose from five font sizes so you can read with ease.

Product Features

  • Barnes & Noble brand ebook reader: Nook
  • E Ink main display with 16-level gray scale [B&W]
  • Color touchscreen navigation panel

Comments

A. Boston says:

Comparison: Nook vs. Kindle 3 vs. Sony Touch from a library book lover MORE UPDATES at the bottom of my review!My review includes details of Kindle 3, the newest version! With the time period, I could still return my nook, but I’m still completely in love with it and don’t want the kindle for the reasons below.I was one of those people who was averse to the idea of an e-reader for a long time. I liked the feel of a real book, I was in love with free books at the library, why would I start paying for them? Then, my library got “overdrive”, which is e-books FREE from the library. Then one day soon after, I woke up and the urge for an e-reader was there. The Nook was my final choice. It took a lot of back and forth and research to get to this point. I bought and tried the Sony Touch reader, returned it, and went and got the Nook. I really honestly wanted the Kindle most, because I’m a loyalist. I love Amazon and felt really comfortable here if I decided to actually start purchasing books again. But below, I’ll give you comparisons to…

Deborah A. Woehr says:

Very Good, Despite Its Quirks Despite all of the negative reviews, I decided to take a chance and buy the nook, once I tested it out at my local B&N. I loved the look and feel of this device and was looking forward to the convenience of buying more books without adding more clutter to my already cluttered bookcases. I read all of the pros and cons of owning a Kindle and compared it to the pros and cons of owning a nook. The nook won because of its versatility (epub format, book lending, etc).My nook arrived on January 28th. Since then, I’ve experienced one crash and had to figure out how to use the touchscreen so that I can flip the pages without having to use the arrow keys. The latter took some practice, but I eventually mastered it and have been enjoying this feature ever since. I’ve also read three books in the space of a week, which is a personal record for me, as it normally takes two weeks for me to read a single paperback, longer if I’m reading an ebook on an LCD screen.The eInk…

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