Reviews and Problems with Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet
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Best of both worlds - B&N and Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Works well for what I use it for. Easier to use and less bugs than the Kindle I used to have. I just downloaded the Kindle app for it to get access to my Kindle books. I think it's easier to read books on this than the Kindle.
Good Product. Charging is harder then it could be.
Larion Ayzman "lainla", Amazon
15 June 2015
Summary: The tablet works well. It is hard to see in daylight outside unlike the non color version but is great for watching netflix. Truly disappointed in that the connection is not the mini usb like all the other nook products since it makes charging so much easier.
Summary: hardware is great, but you need to install custom Rom in order to be a excellent tablet for the kids,screen resolution is great,if you install cm 10.2 you will have around 5 gig of space for games and app.
Good tablet, awful proprietary non-micro-usb charger
29 May 2015
Summary: Fantastic screen, good grip in hand, lightweight, relatively solid build. But who in the world makes an Android based consumer electronic device with a non-standard charger? Yes, this device can't charge via your regular micro usb chargers.
Summary: The best non-android Nooks. I have been completely satisfied with this model of Nook and it is the perfect reader and part-time tablet. My only problems are that it doesn't use Google Play like the more recent models and downloading apps is quite a tedious process.
only if you Surf and listen to music ; with Cynogenmod then you'll love it
10 January 2013
Summary: Good design, good display good screen-touch response -I'd say equal to an IPAD2. Bad - locked down B&N system it'll play music, videos, show pictures and surf all great but that's essentially all. Everything about it is really designed as a conveyer belt to buying content books/apps from B&N.
Summary: I like the unit as a whole but I don't like what Barnes and Noble did to it. B&N have engineered the software so you can only get apps from B&N and the prices are often, exorbitant. Being charged at all for an app that is FREE from the Google Play store is kind of an outrage.