Barnes & Noble Nook HD
Sharpest display on a 7inch tablet is great for reading.
Memory card slot.
Bright sharp screen.
Best battery life among 7-inch tablets.
Family-friendly features and content.
App selection is limited.
So-so battery life.
Other than books, much less content available than on competing tablets.
Few compelling videos in store for now.
Less apps than competing tablets.
No music store.
By howtospendit.ft.com on November 28, 2013
Now I'd be lying if I said that this, the Barnes & Noble Nook HD tablet – one of a zillion enhanced eBook reader/tablets on the market – differs hugely from the rest. But its clever Read and Record feature does make it a bit special. A...-
By Wired UK on July 11, 2013
What's the best size for a tablet? The 7-8-inch standard may be too big for a pocket, but it's lightweight and compact enough to fit in a bag or even the glove compartment of a car, and of course it can do pretty much everything the big boys can...-
By Computer Shopper on June 17, 2013
The Nook HD's high-resolution display and friendly interface are high points, and the tablet's recent Google certification (which opens it to Android apps and Google's own core apps) makes it a decent mainstream buy for both e-reading and...70
By Digital Trends on February 12, 2013
The Nook HD is still a worthy tablet contender, even though there are now many more Android tablets that match its low price. Cost isn't everything, and the Nook's features are compelling, especially for people who love to read and use their...80
By Wired UK on January 14, 2013
The Nook has tried to make a niche for itself by becoming the best magazine ereader there is. It may well have succeeded, but that won't be enough to get it a place at the top table with Android and Apple tablets. There's no Google Play, or a...80
By Know Your Mobile on December 21, 2012
Hot on the heels of the likes of the Google Nexus 7, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and the Apple iPad Mini, can the Nook bring a point of differentiation to the 7-8-inch tablet market?Available in two colours, Slate (grey) and Snow (white), the Nook HD is...90
By Phone Arena on December 18, 2012
Here’s the deal folks. If reading is more of your forte than anything else, there’s no question that the NOOK HD is the ideal tablet for you, especially when it has a healthy and robust ecosystem in that particular category. And with that...75
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 14, 2012
The new challenger for the 7-inch tablet crown has a lot to recommend it, including a gorgeous display, but Android purists may prefer the Google Nexus 7 . Still, the innovation of separate accounts for each user is very...80
By 5FWD on December 13, 2012
It’s tough to recommend the Barnes & Noble Nook HD over the Nexus 7 for gadget loving adults. Sure, it’s far superior to the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, but as long as manufacturers insist on modifying out of date versions of Android,...80
By Pocket-lint on December 13, 2012
A great tablet for content consumption, offering plenty of choices, but lacking when it comes to apps and a native music offering. It's affordable and good quality, but has fierce...80