Barnes & Noble Nook HD+

  • Barnes & Noble Nook HD+
74
Based on 25 scores, 31 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    10
  • Average:
    6
  • Bad:
    5

Pros:

  • MicroSD card slot.
  • Quality IPS screen a resolution of 1,920x1,200 pixels.
  • 16GB of storage.

Cons:

  • Lacks built-in HDMI.
  • Lacks camera.

Expert reviews and ratings

By tech.uk.msn.com on 80

Bottom line: Good tablet for the money, especially give the screen size. It's at it's best when considered a coffee table companion for all the...

By Know Your Mobile on 70

If you're a heavy tablet user, the Nook HD+ probably isn't for you. However, that's not to say it won't appeal to a lot of people, especially at its new price point of £129 for the 16GB model and £149 for the 32GB one. Who the Nook HD+ is for—and who...

By GadgetSpeak on 88

This is a rather nice book reader however it can be far more as it is Android based, so you can surf the WWW and collect your emails however for some reason not quite all the content of the Android Play Store is currently...

By gizmag.com on

is you can grab a microSD, install Cyanogenmod, and come out with a pretty solid stock Android 4.3 tablet. Hacking isn't for everyone, so we'd suggest browsing the various xda guides to see if you're comfortable with that kind of thing. Third parties...

By Computer Shopper on 70

B&N's updated big-screen tablet, now with full Google certification, is a good-value midsize tablet, so long as its aggressive promotional pricing holds—and for as long as it stays available....

By mobilechoice.co.uk on 80

We’re big fans of Barnes & Noble’s latest tablet, the Nook HD+, which offers bagloads of value for its sub-£200 price tag. This nine-inch beauty boasts a beautiful 1920 x 1280 HD screen and a slick, family-friendly OS, making it a great little gateway to...

By GadgetSpeak on 76

Tablets have been able to offer users the ability to act as an eBook Reader for quite a while now. You just need to download the appropriate free app and your tablet can transform itself into a Kindle, Kobo or Nook in the blink of an eye. Now, with...

By TrustedReviews on 50

The Nook HD Plus has a fantastic screen for its price and greatly benefits from the addition of Google Play apps to bolster the limited selection provided by the Barnes & Noble store, too. However, its sluggish performance and poor build quality are too much to overlook.

By PC Advisor on

The Nook HD+ is a 9in tablet with a stunning full HD screen. It's thin and fairly light at just over 500g and, like Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets , it runs a heavily customised version of Google Android . The Nook HD+ differs from the Barnes...

By Pocket-lint on 90

There is the feeling when you're using the Nook that it's really not all that fast, at least in terms of raw processing power. Sometimes when performing fairly simple tasks we'd find the graphical transitions would stutter and lag. Strangely,...

By TechRadar on 80

We found the 7-inch Nook HD to be uncompetitive in a crowded field, but the Nook HD+ may well have carved out a niche for itself as an ultra-affordable full-sized tablet. Its custom UI is clunky, its own media store is a bit of a write-off, and it won't...

By Channel Pro on 80

The Nook HD+ is a 9in, Full HD ereader tablet for £190. We find out if it can beat the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9in at its own gameRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) The first time Barnes & Noble showed off the Nook HD+ was way back before Christmas last...

By PC Pro on 83

Great hardware for the money, especially since it's now been updated with access to Google Play - though the sluggish UI is a...

By techcrunch.com on

The Nook HD+ came out last December to mixed reviews. The device had a great screen but problematic bugs caused laggy performance and low scores. The company has come out with an updated version and we took a look.The 9-inch Nook HD+ is a Retina-quality...

By Digital Trends on 80

Barnes & Noble wants you to think of the Nook HD+ as a regular tablet, not an e-reading tablet with benefits. What holds it back from that? The lack of certain hardware elements like a camera, GPS, fancy sensors (barometers, thermometers, a gyroscope),...

By Phone Arena on 70

Staring deeply at the $270 price of the 16GB base model of the NOOK HD+ ($300 for the 32GB version), there’s no arguing that their intent is to keep Amazon itching with anticipation. Rightfully so, they’re able to do just that, as the NOOK HD+ has...

By 5FWD on 60

Barnes & Noble took a risk with the Nook HD+, and it deserves to be commended for it. As good as the screen is though, the Nook HD+ is let down by its limited software: you can get almost all the same content on other Android tablets, and at £229,...

By The Verge on 68

The Nook HD+'s larger display may not be the best in its class (not when there's a Retina-equipped iPad out there), but its price is. It starts at just $269 for 16GB of storage, easily the cheapest large tablet from a major brand, and the $299 32GB...

By reviewed.com on 39

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By LaptopMag on 80

With a beautiful screen, interactive books / magazines and strong parental controls, Barnes & Noble's Nook HD+ provides a superior tablet reading...