Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 7 inch

  • Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 7 inch
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Based on 17 scores, 39 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    8
  • Bad:
    4

Pros:

  • Stylish design.
  • Colorful screen with wide viewing angles.
  • Social reading features.

Cons:

  • Weak speaker.
  • Small selection of apps.

Expert reviews and ratings

By tablet-news.com on

My general impression when reviewing the Nook Tablet earlier this year was that the device is a bit better than the Amazon Kindle Fire, in spite of the general opinion that the Amazon device was one of best 7 inch slates out there. This is a $200...

By PC Advisor on

The Google Nexus 7 , Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Barnes & Noble Nook HD are cheap tablets that all offer incredible value. This is because each tablet is sold as a loss-leader, designed to either encourage uptake of the Android platform or content sales in...

By Digital Trends on 80

The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is definitely not an e-reader, but it's also not a proper tablet. Like the Kindle Fire, it's in a bit of a class of its own. Still, this reading-focused tablet is likely the third best-selling tablet out there for good...

By gottabemobile.com on

Barnes & Noble recently introduced a new version of the Nook Tablet for $199 that differs in minor ways from the $249 Nook Tablet (16GB) that came out last holiday season. The less expensive Nook has half as much internal storage (8GB) and half as much...

By LaptopMag on 70

The 8GB Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet has half the storage of the original, but still offers a great eReading experience, high-quality display, and smooth performance for less than...

By CNET Asia on 76

The 8GB Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire have the same onboard storage and RAM, but the Nook Tablet has an expandable microSD card slot and a slightly better screen. The Kindle Fire, however, currently has better cloud-based music, a more expansive app...

By cnet on 76

The $199 Nook Tablet (8GB) matches up well to the Kindle Fire on specs and price--and has the added advantage of offering an expansion slot for additional...

By Big Picture Big Sound on 75

The present day for the NOOK Tablet is bright indeed, with speed, elegance, beauty and a deep well from which to draw a wide range of paid content. But if we compare the music and video service options here to those of the Kindle Fire, a disparity...

By Computerworld on

With the holiday season in full force, a lot of gift-givers are going to be considering one of the new color e-readers that have been introduced recently: Amazon's Kindle Fire, the Kobo Vox and Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet. Many people are still...

By Macworld on 60

Nook Tablet The $250 Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet provides solid competition for Amazon's Kindle Fire () and it even outdoes the Kindle Fire on many counts. This is Barnes & Noble's second-generation device, a follow-up to last year's Nook Color (),...

By tabletpcreview.com on 70

The NOOK Tablet isn't a totally brand new device; it's more of an incremental upgrade. It has some cool new features, such as a faster processor and twice the memory in a slightly lighter package, plus a microphone to record your own narration for...

By G4tv.com on 100

Video Review: The Nook Tablet from Barnes & Noble has arrived with access to over 2 million books, magazines, comics and more. Add a 7" VividView touch screen, 16 GB of storage and a 11.5 hour battery life, this $249 tablet could be the buy of the...

By TopTenREVIEWS on

This is a good tablet for those who are searching for something that is lightweight and...

By Ars Technica on

The Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet are both vying for that special place in consumers' hearts reserved for inexpensive consumption devices. But neither is perfect, and in many aspects of the tablet experience, one succeeds while the other fails. Since...

By MobileTechReview on 60

The Nook Tablet is a solid evolution of the very successful Nook Color. It's faster, and that's perfect if you want to watch video or run more apps concurrently. The software is mature and more advanced than the new Kindle Fire--it's simply a...

By Dev Hardware on

In the book of Tablets, it was written that Apple begat the iPad, the Amazon begat the Kindle and finally Barnes & Noble begat the Nook. And it was good. This article reviews the Nook's newest descendant, the Nook Tablet.Since the beginning, when...

By Ars Technica on

I have less doubt about the Nook Tablet as a capable product than I did about the Kindle Fire. The experience is not frustrating or jagged and doesn't feel as unfinished. Indeed, it is more intuitive, and the device is more responsive. However, I do...

By Phone Arena on

Separated by a mere $50, one can spend a lot of time juggling why one is better than the other, but after spending some time with the two, we think that the Amazon Kindle Fire simply offers the most bang for the buck – and even better, it’s the...

By thunderbaylive.com on

The Fire and Nook are eBook readers with tablet and multimedia features, while the Samsung and HTC are tablets first and foremost. All run Android OS. You’ll notice that as the price goes up you get more features, particularly in those marketed as tablets...

By Engadget on

The market was already crowded well before Barnes & Noble announced the Nook Tablet, a situation that certainly didn't improve for the company with the announcement of the Kindle Fire. Anyone eyeing the Nook Tablet either as a gift or for themselves...