Reviews Nook Tablet
RCT SCORE 7.5 / 10

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The Nook Tablet is Barnes and Noble's answer to Amazon's Kindle Fire. Both run a modified version of Android and boast 7-inch displays. Unlike the Fire, the Nook Tablet not only delivers 16GB of internal memory but is expandable via microSD cards. For those on a budget, there is an 8GB Nook Tablet for $199 or a 16GB version with double the RAM for $250.

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Does the Nook Extinguish the Fire?
Taken by itself, it's hard to not like the Nook Tablet for $250. It continues to be a great piece of hardware: the screen is beautiful, the fresh internals make it quicker than ever...
Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Review
With more storage and a growing app store, the Nook Tablet is a worthy--albeit slightly more expensive--competitor to the Kindle Fire.
Great Hardware, Stiff Competition
The hardware's a wash. Since these are first and foremost e-book devices, the best choice is still the one that aligns with your preferred shopping experience. If you spend a lot of...
Nook Tablet or Fire? A Toss Up
At $249, the Nook Tablet also costs a full $50 more than those products, a difference that's not negligible when we're talking about budget devices. The words "under $200" mean a lot...
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