Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook HD / BNTV250 (7 inch)
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NOOK Tablet Review
23 December 2011
Excerpt: Not that I'm an obsessive reader--that Twilight Zone with Burgess Meredith and the eyeglasses really freaked me out--but the drastic movement away from the tried-and-true form factor of books and into the modern realm of the eReader has been a fascinating revolution to watch.
Pros: Stunning LCD touchscreen, fast CPU, handy form factor, Always-welcome Adobe Flash Player support for online video!, A terrific value at $249, microSD card slot in addition to 16GB of internal storage
Cons: Only 1GB of the embedded memory is really at our disposal, No camera, Limited movie and music options, Several features require a credit card
Summary: The lightest, highest resolution 7-inch tablet, but is it any good?
Pros: Lightweight, Fantastic screen, Simple to use, Multiple user profiles, The Nook HD does have an excellent screen, which makes watching movies and consuming web pages an enjoyable experience. Battery life is something which is always a concern with today's mobile tech, but thankfully the Nook HD ma...
Cons: Sluggish, Limited interface, Questionable design, Sadly it's not all good news, and for all its early promise the Nook HD is left wanting in a few areas. First up is the sluggish interface, which is no where near as slick as the Kindle Fire HD or Nexus 7. Users who enjoy the highly customisable w...