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Barnes and Noble Nook Touch Edition eReader Review

Overall, the Barnes and Noble Nook Touch Edition eReader does one thing and does it exceptionally well.

June 21, 2011
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Operating System
  • Proprietary
Display Type E-ink
Length (short end) 165 in.
Width (long end) 127 in.
Thickness 12 in.
Weight 212 lbs.
Display Width 3.625 in.
Display Height 4.75 in.
Display Resolution Width 600
Display Resolution Height 800
Display DPI 166.0
USB Micro USB
Music & Audio Playback No
Music & Audio Output None
Audio Input None
Built-in Speakers No
Built-in Microphone No
Video Playback No
Video Output No
Internal Memory 2.0
HDMI Output No
Composite Output No
Component Output No
S-Video Output No
Original Price 139.0
Product Type eReader
WiFi 802.11n
Cellular Network
  • None
Memory Card
  • Micro SDHC
Manufacturer Name Barnes & Noble
Brand Name (Barnes & Noble)

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Battery & Controls
  5. eReader
  6. Amazon Kindle Keyboard Wi-Fi Comparison
  7. Barnes & Noble Nook Color Comparison
  8. Kobo eReader Wireless Comparison
  9. Conclusion
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