Nook Color: Barnes & Noble Makes Its Mark With the First Color Tablet Optimized for Reading

At a Glance

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At a Glance

Highlights of this premium e-reader include an intuitive, elegant interface and an LCD screen with minimal glare.

Price when rated: 250

Pros

  • Intuitive interface that's optimized for reading
  • Display produces good colors and minimal glare
  • Display produces good colors and minimal glare
  • Intuitive interface is optimized for reading

Cons

  • App store not coming until 2011
  • Requires proprietary microUSB charger
  • App store not coming until 2011
  • Requires proprietary MicroUSB charger
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