Barnes and Noble made another Nook that is marked down today, proceeding with its line of ongoing contributions that demonstrate the Kindle equal is as yet perfectly healthy. The most recent Nook is Barnes and Noble’s littlest and least expensive model yet: a 7-inch display that costs $49.99.
The book monster declared another Nook toward the beginning of November that highlighted the organization’s biggest showcase at 10.1 inches. That tablet had 32 giga-bytes of capacity that would be extended up to 256 giga-bytes. You can likewise run Google Play applications on the Nook.As expected, the 7-inch Nook is a downsized adaptation of its greater kin. It begins off at 16GB of capacity and maximizes at 128GB. Rather than a 1920 x 1200 goals, it has a 1024 x 600 showcase.
All things considered, different highlights stay really standard: it has up to seven hours of battery life, Wi-Fi availability, a Micro USB 2.0 port for charging, a 3.5mm earphone jack, and a microSD card space. While the greater Nook has 2-megapixel front and back confronting cameras, the 7-inch is knock down to a VGA front camera, however the 2-megapixel raise remains the equivalent.
The lower cost of the Nook makes it focused with Amazon’s Kindles, which just drop down to the $50 territory amid Black Friday or other real shopping occasions. Yet, that likewise implies that individuals who were searching for another tablet may have quite recently obtained one final month amid Black Friday.
Source: The Verge and Barnes and Noble