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Barnes & Noble Nook HD Tablet Review

If you're a fan of apps, widgets, streaming content, or games, this is a tablet to skip.

December 07, 2012
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Internet Apps

If you're an app junkie, widget wizard, or or game glutton, this is not the tablet for you unless you plan on doing some seriously involved modding. Not only does the Barnes & Noble Nook HD have an app store that is devoid of most apps (though Netflix is inexplicably present), but it is very difficult to install and run APKs acquired by ill means as well. Most of the apps available to you are specifically geared towards consumption of Barnes & Noble's proprietary content like books and periodicals.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Battery & Controls
  5. eReader
  6. Music & Audio
  7. Email & Web Browsing
  8. Internet Apps
  9. Conclusion
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