With the unveiling of the bold, innovative Barnes & Noble nook eReader, a new standard has been set in the electronic reading device market. Not only does the nook have all the usual bells and whistles, like wi-fi, an online book store, highlighting, mp3 player, etc. But, there are also the new features, like the touch screen, color navigation display, and a way to share your favorite reads with friends, that will blow the competition out of the water!
Geared toward the average user, and priced to sell at $259.00, the nook is a top of the line product that now makes every other eReader inferior in features.
- nook is powered by Android 1.5, which enables you to stop reading on the nook, and pick up where you left off on your Blackberry
- 6″ reader display, with a 3.5″ multi-touch color display for control and navigation
- 2GB built in memory, stores up to 1,500 books
- Expandable microSD slot (buy an extra 16 GB memory card and store up to 17,500)
- Free wireless from Barnes & Noble via AT&T, the nation’s fastest 3G network
- Wi-Fi ( 802.11 b/g)
- MP3 player, built-in mono speaker, universal 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack
- Barnes & Noble currently hundreds of thousands of titles in its online store, plus users can access 500,000 public domain titles from Google
- Share favorite eBooks with your friends, family, or book club. Most eBooks can be lent for up to 14 days at a time. Just choose the book you want to share, then send it to your friend’s reader, cell phone, or computer.
- nook retains important reading rituals like bookmarking, making notes, and highlighting passages. But it lets you do even more-like looking up words mid-sentence using the built-in dictionary
- 10 day battery life, with a removable/replaceable battery
- EPUB and eReader Formats , PDFs load easily and look great, PDFs, MP3s and graphics load to your nook from your computer or micro SD card. Use JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP files to create personal screensavers.