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How would you change Barnes & Noble's Nook Color?

Engadget: Now that you've had ample time to get through a few novellas, we're keenly interested in finding out how you'd change Barnes & Noble's Nook Color if given the opportunity.

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Comparison: Amazon Fire vs Apple iPad 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, NOOK Color

Wondering about the differences between the Amazon Fire, Apple iPad 2, NOOK Color, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.2? Look no further. This is a detailed comparison of how they stack up against each other. Comparison includes screen, battery life, hardware specs, media support, unique features, and a whole lot more.

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benderx4576d ago

One thing is for sure -- the Amazon Fire is definitely going to help drive the price down of its competitors. It should look especially attractive to regular Amazon users too, especially those with Prime since you can watch so many movies from it. Kindle users have the benefit of using it to read too using their book library.

Bolts4575d ago (Edited 4575d ago )

I was about to buy the Fire but then I realized that it represent everything I don't want from an Android tablet. The small storage size, the lack of expandable memory, the lack of the Android market place, the inability to use the stock android OS.

If I wanted to live in a gated ecosystem then I would buy an iPad 2.

Shackdaddy8364575d ago

Doesn't it have unlimited cloud storage though?

benderx4575d ago

Yup -- it has Amazon Cloud Storage.

mcstorm4575d ago

IMO the best out of this lot is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 but I think the Xoom is the best android tablet on the market as it offers hdmi out usb controller support and will get 4.0 android.

I do like the Idea of tablets but I still think they are a long way from replacing desktop and laptop pc's because of the limited web browsing and apps.

I think this may change when windows 8 is out next year though. But Tablets are here to stay that is for sure.

Engadget - Nook Tablet's Read and Record hands-on

Engadget - The multimedia features on the new Nook Tablet mean more than just watching video and listening to music -- they actually give a bit of a boost to the reading experience, as well. One of the best implementations of this is the new Read and Record feature, an update to the Nook Color's Read and Play feature, which takes advantage of the Tablet's new mic to let users (parents in most cases, we assume) record narration to children's books. It's a simple but clever addition that certainly drives home the product's value for families.

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Nook Tablet vs. Nook Color...Fight

Engadget - So, we've already established that the Nook Tablet looks an awful lot like the Nook Color. Just how similar are they?

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