Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook HD / BNTV250 (7 inch)
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good for kids
22 November 2014
Summary: I bought two of them for my 5 and 6 year olds. They love them but thry also dont know any better. The app market sucks as do any "free" apps/books. They both have apps they love andim gladi didnt get a kiddie tab. Some apps just terminate for no reason. I love how STURDY it is.
Summary: The product arrived quickly. It's in good condition and works great so far. What I was upset about was the charger and cord. It was not compatible to the Nook color. I don't understand how this was not known.
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.
Summary: I wife was wanting eBook reader and out of all the different tablets she decided on the Nook! Which in its self if a great piece of hardware very durable! However I'm just waiting for her to get tired of the propriety Nook UI, it took my about 30 seconds to discover the CRAP B&N setup up on this...
Summary: I love the nook! When I read the description and looked at the pictures I thought I was getting a green nook tablet cover. I did not. A touch misleading, however I do love my nook. I've already bought and read 3 books and watch netflix all the time. I do wish the volume was louder.
Summary: the kids like the nooks, the construction is sound, and it is fast enough with a very good screen. I'm glad barnes and noble granted access to google play store, HOWEVER, i do wish i could go to Amazon App Store also this is why 3 instead of four stars......
Summary: This thing was okay for my 6 year old, but I went for the HD at least for my 10 year old. The charger cable has a habit of not working, too so you might want to stock up on some extra cables from Barnes n Noble while they're still selling them.