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Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ Tablet Review

It might work in a pinch for an uncomplicated tablet, but the Nook HD+ falls flat.

December 11, 2012
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Front

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Back

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Sides

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In the Box

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After tearing open the package, you'll notice that there's a wall charger, USB cable, and a few bits of documentation under where the tablet sits.

Handling

Instead of adopting the strange philosophy that "thinner is always better," the Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ actually is fairly thick compared to competitor tablets, and gives you something to grab onto. Given that the unit is also quite light, there isn't a ton of levering force on your thumb when you hold it with only one hand, so handling the tablet is quite easy no matter how you do it.

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Sections

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