Responsive touchscreen interface.
Built-in LED light for reading in the dark.
Easytohold, lightweight design.
Long battery life.
Includes AC adapter.
Physical page-turn buttons are still too stiff.
Rubberized bezel attracts dust.
No 3G option.
No Web browser.
By cnet on November 07, 2013
While it doesn't necessarily beat the Kindle Paperwhite, the $119 Nook GlowLight is an excellent e-reader that's strongly worth considering if you don't want to buy into the Amazon ecosystem.81
By Engadget on November 05, 2013
Barnes & Noble still has a bit of an advantage with its physical stores, which offer Nook users free in-store WiFi and device help. Even so, the company's going to have to bring some real innovation on the hardware and software front if it wants to continue to be a player.-
By PCAdvisor on October 24, 2013
Slightly chunkier than its rival Kindle but somehow lighter, the Nook Simple Touch GlowLight may have found itself a niche in the market. A simple interface makes it easy to use and the social integration with Facebook and Twitter is a fun feature. The GlowLight feature works well too.80
By tech.uk.msn.com on November 13, 2012
The Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight's real plus points are its microSD card slot and support for ePUB format books. These open up the huge library of freebies from the likes of Project Gutenberg as well as anything you might want to purchase via...80
By TechRadar on November 07, 2012
The Nook Simple Touch GlowLight is extremely light and comfortable to hold, actually making you want to stroke it. The backlight is even and beautiful, and the anti-glare screen is extremely useful. It's easier to read than a book, lasts for ages...80
By The Inquirer on November 06, 2012
THE RACE for this Christmas season's favourite ereader is on, and Barnes & Noble entered its contender into the British market last week with the Nook Simple Touch Glowlight, the bookstore company's first expansion outside the...60
By theregister.co.uk on October 12, 2012
Barnes & Noble’s Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight is a darn fine e-book reader. But for the fact that the Kobo Glo delivers the same features for £10 less, I’d recommend the Nook unequivocally. The B&N offering is certainly better - and...90
By PC Pro on October 04, 2012
A serious challenger to the Kindle Touch, with the superb GlowLight technology and EPUB support giving it a critical...83
By itproportal.com on October 03, 2012
Either way, you really can't go far wrong grabbing a Nook Simple Touch, or a Simple Touch GlowLight, when they arrive in October. Looking at Amazon's line-up, for the same price as the GlowLight's £109 tag, you can pick up a Kindle...90
By T3 Magazine on October 01, 2012
With the Nook having only just made its way over from the States, this is the first time that we've had the opportunity to get our hands on one. We were very impressed with the comfy, square shape of the lightweight device, along with the grippy...-