NOOK HD+ tablet is based on Android 4.0 ICS OS, boasting a 9-inch HD screen, 1.5Ghz dual-core, 1GB RAM, microSD card slot, micro USB 2.0mm, 6000mAh battery, preinstalled NOOK apps and more. Check out the remaining features, full specifications, launch date and the price info of the NOOK HD+ tablet here.
Barnes& Noble’s new and updated new NOOK Simple Touch Reader can now be pre-ordered immediately and it will be launched on June 13th, priced at $139.99. The device is having Wi-Fi connectivity, Android 2.1 OS, 2GB of memory storage, and micro-SD card slot for 32GB memory expansion. Check out the more details about new NOOK eReader here.
Nook Android app updated by Barnes & Noble for Android smartphones and tablets. Nook Version 2.5, gives users a new interface with an updated library grid view, wish list feature and download progress meter. This spring, Honeycomb supporting Nook app will be released. Check out more details about the updated Nook android app and download it from here.
Barnes & Noble has officially launched the 8GB version of the Nook Tablet for just $199.99, which has got Android 2.3 OS, 512MB RAM and more. Nook Color device has been discounted to $169.99. Check out the more info and buy the 8GB Nook Tablet edition and the discounted Nook Color devices from here.
Amazon is set to bring a 7-inch Android powered Kindle tablet in November with a price tag of $250, and it will be having single-core CPU, 6GB storage, Amazon App Store, instant videos, micro USB and more.
Online giant retailer Amazon has finally listened to its customers and has announced “Eligible Kindle books can be loaned once for a period of 14 days.”– but Kindle owners aren’t able to access those lending books themselves in the meantime. The borrowers don’t need to have an own Kindle and can read the lending books on computers and mobile devices with the help of free Amazon Kindle apps and this Lending feature is now available in US only.