Barnes & Noble Introduces A Full colour Nook For $250


Barnes & Noble just took the wraps of a full colour, $249 Android based Nook e-reader.

This looks like it might be a decent compromise for someone that can’t pick between a Kindle or iPad. (If such a person exists.)

The colour Nook isn’t e-ink based. That’s good if you want a zippy tablet, bad if you want to read on the beach.

So, you’re basically getting a severly limited tablet, and an e-reader that’s not as great for reading.

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