Barnes and Nobel Nook Tablet: Specs and Review

Barnes and Nobel has announced a light weight multifunctional tablet on the 7th of November; the name is Nook Tablet. It is lighter than the kindle fire and, yes the iPad. It will be available from the 17th of the same month. The price will be $249 and this Nook Tablet will replace the Nook Color.

Nook Tablet

Essential Tech Specs of the Nook Tablet

Processor and RAM

The Nook Tablet is built for speed that is why it has got a 1GHz TI OMAP4 (dual-core) processor with 1GB RAM.

Storage Capacity

The Nook Tablet has a built in 16 GB memory which is expandable up to 32 GB. The Nook tablet will provide us with huge space so that we can store as much entertainment as we want.


The Nook Tablet has a 7 inch VividView color capacitive touch screen. It has 16 million + colors, the resolution are 1024×600 that is 169 pixels per inch. It also has adjustable fonts and font sizes.


It has wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n). Free Wi-Fi comes in all the Barnes and Nobel store. It has a universal 3.5mm jack in addition to the USB port.


Nook Tablet has up to 11.5 hours of reading or 9 hours of video without recharging with wireless off. The battery can be recharged with the help of power Adaptor and USB cable. It takes exactly 3 hours to be fully charged from the wall outlet.

The verdict

In addition to all the aforementioned things, this Nook Tablet has the biggest book store to offer, yes, over 2.5 million titles on offer that is not all friends; it gives you the best HD entertainment that you can get. Lastly, the Nook Tablet is going to compete with the likes of Kindle Fire and iPad, yes the competition is going to be tough, but one can expect the Nook Tablet with all its features and relatively low price to come out strong.

For more information about Nook Tablet visit official site.