Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook HD / BNTV250 (7 inch)
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G. Roberts, Amazon
11 November 2014
Summary: Do not buy this tablet. Aside from the nice bright display move on unless your strictly reading. The first time your charger cable goes it will cost to much to want to buy another one for this tablet. Oh, my tab has decided it no longer wants to charge. Its a brick on my mantel right now. I'm sure if I researched more I would not have chosen this. My mistake.
Summary: It works well but was in poor condition. The power/sync cord did not work and I had to buy a new one. The memory card does not have the available memory that it was supposed to and I had to pay to have it cleaned up.
Summary: It is my own fault for not being more careful when buying this. Had I done more research into the different Nook Tablets, I would have discovered that the one I bought was an early generation OS and the software has been improved on the newer versions. It is an excellent reader and has, with the SD card, more storage than I'll ever use.....
Summary: The product works as expected, but the item that was advertised was a 16gb Tablet. I was told, after ordering and paying for the item, that a mistake was made and the advertised price was for an 8gb tablet. I was credited only $10 and received an 8gb tablet. This was an error on Amazon's part that they would not honor.
Summary: The original reason I purchased this device was to use it for my textbooks. But to my displeasure, Barnes & Noble doesn't allow for any of their tablets to read text books from NOOKStudy (their ebook reading program). It has been a rather irritating discovery because they hide that fact in the fine print. I feel that anyone who is thinking of purchasing this product should know this fact up front. If the user does not intend to use it for that reason, great.