Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook HD+ (9 inch)
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Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet HD+ Review
Good E-Book Readers
9 January 2013
Conclusion: The Nook HD+ is heavy and cumbersome. It is not the most portable of units, when you compare it against the Nook Tablet or Nook HD. This is going to be used in the home or the classroom. You certainly aren’t going to be carrying this around in your day to day life.
Pros: Updated Store Looks Amazing, Article View Technology Makes Image Heavy Content Easy to Read, High Resolution, Newspapers Have Text to Speech, Family Friendly, Large eTextbook Library, Movies and TV Shows
Cons: No Cameras, Heavy, Inability to Sideload Apps, Locked into Barnes and Noble’s Walled Garden, Sparse App Selection for Alternative Reading Apps
Summary: Consumers whose focus is more on gaming, productivity, Web surfing or other tablet tasks will prefer a full-fledged slate like the $399 Nexus 10 or $199 Nexus 7 . Media mavens should go for the more-expensive Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9, which has a huge library of videos and music, and better audio...