Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook HD / BNTV250 (7 inch)
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Barnes and Noble Nook HD Review
Good E-Book Readers
4 April 2012
Conclusion: To be honest, I was not sold on the Nook HD+. I found the overall device to be bulky and cumbersome and not indicitive to Barnes and Noble’s history of tablets. Many people buying this device would have purchased the prior models, and this HD is an upgrade in every sense of the word. When we compared the Nook HD and Nook Tablet side by side, the differences were striking.
Pros: New Store, ArticleView and Scrapbook, Movies and TV, Resolution, Stereo Speakers, Magazine Engine, Parental Controls
Cons: Comic Book Selection Is Lacking, Inability to Load in Your Own Apps, No Previews on Movies, Competitor Apps Not in B&N Store
Conclusion: The Nook Tablet is a solid second offering by Retail book giant Barnes and Noble. It gives you hardware wise a real bang for your buck with the dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 16 GB internal storage. All of the main aspects of the shopping experience has been tremendously refined and is a breeze to find anything you want. This new device is the same cost of the original Nook Color at $249 in the USA.