Barnes & Noble nook

  |   by Brighthand Staff

The nook from Barnes & Noble is an e-book reader that has a 6-inch, grayscale E-Ink screen and a cellular-wireless connection to this company’s book store, allowing user to buy and download books almost anywhere they go. It is a direct competitor to’s Kindle that differentiates itself by allowing users to lend books and connect to Wi-Fi networks.

  • Pros

    • Delightful reading experience
    • Supports multiple e-book formats
    • Can share books with friends
  • Cons

    • Fliping pages a bit slow
    • Non-B&N content can't be organized

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