Summary: My daughter dropped her's off her bunk at college. She uses it almost every day. This one was used but exactly as described and with two day shipping got here for the weekend she was home. Simple pug in and charge and data transfer and in a couple of hours you would never know it was missing.
Summary: you can't teach an old dog new tricks? My Mom is going on 86 and she is gonna go on Nookeaperdy someday! Cannot keep her off it. SHE LOVES IT!!!!!!! Is totally in touch with the world, news, games, emails, weather. I rate this a 10!
Summary: Although this Nook was a refurbished unit, one would never guess it. It performs as a new and unused device. It has everything loaded in it and was fairly easy to set up. B&N store folks are willing and able to help if need be.
Summary: I bought this refurb for under $100 and so glad I did! I tried the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (expensive and glitchy), the Lenvovo Idea Tab (poor performance) before I settled on the Nook. After using tablets at both high and low-end price points I figured I had nothing to lose--and was pleasantly surprised by the Nook's capabilities! On the Nook I can read BN or Kindle books, play Scrabble from the Android store, and watch Netflix.
Summary: I would recommend the Nook to other people my daughter love mine and wanted one when she can afford it. It great to take on a plane or anywhere it small and doesn't take hardly any room up to take.
Summary: I decided to get a tablet computer for when I travel. After looking over the Galaxy Tab 3 and the Kindle Fire owned by other family members, I found that the Nook HD had more features that suited my needs. I liked that I could add a micro-SD card for more memory. The screen is larger than the Galaxy. The frame is easier to hold without bumping the screen with your fingers. Love the clarity of print for the e-books.
Summary: I bought this tablet to use mainly as an e-reader because I thought of the portability. I think the 7" screen is too small for me. I wish it was 8 or 9 inches. However in the overall the Nook Tablet seems nice. I am still exploring all its features. I find there is a total lack of instruction of how to use them. For example photo transfer from phone to Nook or from Mac to Nook. There are 2 places were to allocated photos: Gallery and Photos.