Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Review
If you’re looking for an entry-level tablet with a little more under the hood, the Nook Tablet is a fair pickup.
Though the native email application supports POP and IMAP clients, exchange format seems to be missing. Interestingly enough, Gmail seems to have some support despite the lack of Google's blessing, so users relying on the internet giant's mail client should not fear.
The browser on the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is thoroughly average and basic, but it does what is asked of it, but there are certain features missing, like multiple tabs, but it does support multiple windows, no matter how much of a pain this is. You can use the URL address bar to type in your desired webpage, and pinch to zoom when you're faced with text that couldn't possibly be legible, or if there are many links in close proximity to each other.
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