Barnes and Noble took the the wraps off their new tablet offering the Nook Tablet the successor to the Nook Color. It will be interesting to see how the Nook Tablet competes with the Kindle Fire which was launched by Amazon a few weeks ago. The Nook will be available on November 18 for $250 at Barnes and […]
This morning Tuesday June 21st 2011AD, I awoke to a InStat statistical survey that had me confused initially and then annoyed beyond belief. InStat, a Statistical analyst, is proclaiming death to the e-Reader in 2012AD. Say what! Straight to my writing pad, with grist for the mill and an article to draft longhand! InStat’s Stats (no […]
Barnes & Noble on Tuesday unveiled the first major color e-book reader, its Nook Color. In contrast to Amazon’s strategy for its popular Kindle e-reader, in which it went thinner, lighter and cheaper, B&N instead sought the value-add with color e-Ink technology.
With a 7-inch, 16 million-color touchscreen IPS display, the Nook Color is targeting magazine and newspaper readers, as well as parents, making specific mention of children’s books. The display — which is viewable at angles as steep as 178 degrees — offers 1024 by 600-pixel resolution at 169 pixels per inch. Read more about Barnes & Noble’s new Android powered Nook Color …