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Barnes & Nobles now offering a free e-reader with purchase of the NOOK HD+ tablet

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Mar 2013 17:48 User comments (1)

Barnes & Nobles now offering a free e-reader with purchase of the NOOK HD+ tablet Barnes & Noble, in an effort to boost sales of their flagship tablet, will offer a free Nook Simple Touch e-reader with purchases of the NOOK HD+.
From March 24th until March 31st, the $79 e-reader will be added to purchases made online and in-store. If you purchase from another retailer, like Wal-Mart or Target, the offer is good through the 30th.

"NOOK HD+, with its must-see full HD 9-inch screen, is perfect for experiencing movies, apps, magazines and more, while NOOK Simple Touch is ideal for reading millions of books with crisp, clear text on a portable and lightweight device that's comfortable to hold for hours," reads the statement.

The NOOK HD+ offers a 1080p screen, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, weighs just 18.2 ounces and costs $269 for the 16GB model or $299 for the 32GB version.

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128.3.2013 21:55

bought it and am now bringing it back. what good is a great looking tablet if there is only a quarter of the apps that are available on google play? Won't install apps outside of the nook app store (big brother much?). I was going to use it with my son as a reward system, like they do at school. Many of those games are unavailable here (granted they use an IPAD) but still NOOK should offer the best apps for kids with special needs. I am going to look into the nexus 7 or kindle fire, but may end up with an IPAD. Heard great things about the Kindle, and the Amazon app store is decent. I have a Pandigital Tablet I love, but it's power is ridiculously slow, so will have to upgrade if my son or I will be able to use a tablet for more than videos, ebooks, card games and angry birds.



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