Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6' 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen, 800x600, 2 Months)
  • Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6' 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen, 800x600, 2 Months)
  • Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6' 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen, 800x600, 2 Months)
  • Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6' 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen, 800x600, 2 Months)
  • Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6' 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen, 800x600, 2 Months)

Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch 6" 2 GB Black E-Reader (Android, E-Ink Touchscreen,...

3 Ratings | 4 Reviews
$99.99

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Easy to Use 6-inch Touchscreen. Just tap to shop for the best books, magazines and newspapers right on your NOOK. Turn pages, look up words, highlight passages, adjust the font size and style all...More

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Easy to Use 6-inch Touchscreen. Just tap to shop for the best books, magazines and newspapers right on your NOOK. Turn pages, look up words, highlight passages, adjust the font size and style all with just a touch of your finger. Clear, Crisp Reading. The E Ink Pearl technology on the high-contrast 6 touchscreen displays text as crisp and clear as a printed page, so you can read easily even in bright sun. 50 percent more contrast than NOOK 1st Edition.

Specifications

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Product TypeDigital Text Reader
Text FormatsEPub, PDF
Interface ConnectionUSB
SlotsMicroSD Card
Display Size6 in
Operating SystemAndroid
Device Type
Included DevicesBookmark, Dictionary
Performance
Touch ScreenTouch Screen
Storage Capacity2 GB
Max Resolution800 x 600 (SVGA)
Display TypeE-Ink
Battery Life2 month(s)
Connectivity
Included Network CardWi-Fi
General
Height6.5 in
ColorBlack
Warranty Information1 year(s)
URLhttp://www.barnesandnoble.com/p/nook-simple-touch-barnes-noble/1102344735
Width5 in
Depth0.47 in
Weight7.48 oz
Additional Specifications
Number of Books1000
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3 Ratings | 4 Reviews

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  • My favorite new toy...

    By Jben  Dec 6, 2011

    ### I love my new Nook. I was saving up to pay the $99 for the regular version, but I was lucky enough to snag the $79 limited edition version B&N was selling on Black Friday only. I, honestly, couldn't be happier. The battery life on this reader is amaz...ing. I am an avid reader, several hours per day with the WiFi on and off, and have only had to charge it once. The resolution is crisp and paper-like and page turning is fast and easy. And glare is no problem as it is with the color models out there, Kindle and Nook alike. It has no 3G, unfortunately, but since you can find free WiFi pretty much everywhere, it has not been a problem. And I can go into any B&N and read any eBook for free for an hour, plus great prices on their books anyway (half price for a hardback, can't beat that). All in all, this is one of the best values for an e-reader out there and I gladly would have paid full price for it. Thank you B&N! Read more Less

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|2 out of 2 found this review helpful
  • Disappointed

    By Stephanie  Sep 23, 2011

    ### this is my first E-Reader! I was so excited to be able to read book after book with something so small and simple. However within the first week the screen started freezing up, while I can use the side page turners still, if I am not in the middle of...reading a book I have to wait till it 'goes to sleep' for it to start working again. I went to Barnes and Noble within the first week of buying it and they said I had to call a number to talk to tech support. I have called 2 times and they have not resolved the problem. So here I am a month later with my nook feezing up everytime I use it. Disappointed with it and customer service. Read more Less

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|9 out of 10 found this review helpful
  • Price

    By Teresa  Nov 9, 2011

    its the best on the market and $99 is fair

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|2 out of 2 found this review helpful
  • The best eReader on the market

    By KeenWa  Nov 9, 2011

    ### Nook Simpletouch ($99 without ads) has the latest generation touch screen display, no page turn lag, it weights less, its battery lasts twice as long (two months on one charge), it has microSD slot and it doesn't blink on each page turn - much better...than current Kindle 3 or Kindle Keyboard. Nook Touch is still better designed than even the new Kindle Touch with battery lasting two months with ONE hour reading a day with Wi-Fi off thus it's still twice as long as new Kindle's two months with HALF and hour a day with Wi-Fi off. It looks like Kindle didn't get any battery improvement in the new model, they only changed the test condition. More, Kindle Touch still flashes black on each page turn while Nook Touch reduces the flashing by 80%. Nook Touch and Nook Color (unlike Kindle) have microSD card slot to take a card (class 6 or above) up to 32 GB. Also, If you walk in with the Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’re allowed to read ANY available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi and you get free technical support in case of issues in any of the store.You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, P.C. Richard, Radio Shack, Target, Fry's, etc. stores and web sites. Read more Less

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|4 out of 5 found this review helpful

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