Barnes & Noble Nook 3G

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Pros:

  • Large library with tens of thousands of e-books, as well as newspapers and magazines; online access via Wi-Fi; separate capacitive color touch-screen pad for navigation, and a virtual keyboard for notes and annotations; 2GB of internal memory (capable ...

Cons:

  • Though performance has been significantly improved with firmware upgrades, the device could still be zippier; no protective carrying case included; color LCD appears to have a significant impact on battery life; in-store reading and loaning capabilitie...

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