The Nook colour already runs on Android, but users only have access to a handful of apps like the Nook store and a media player. But some intrepid developers did come up with a hack to get Android 3.0 Honeycomb on the device.
This will make the wifi-only Nook colour an almost fully-featured Android tablet. And at $250, it’s a much cheaper (although less powerful) alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Tab or Motorola Xoom.
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