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Sharp Pearl display.
Great battery life.
Excellent touchscreen experience.
Access to over 2 million books, newspapers, and magazines.
Small, easy-to-hold body.
WiFi shortens battery life considerably.
Some light ghosting of text.
No 3G connectivity.
Navigating is a bit slow with E Ink screen refreshes.
By Computer Shopper on November 18, 2011
The Nook Simple Touch is a more-than-worthy competitor to Amazon’s 2011 Kindle Touch. It's a good e-reader for those not wedded to Amazon or who want access to the wide ePub content available from public libraries and e-book sellers....
By Android Central on July 21, 2011
After using the Nook Touch from Barnes & Noble, I would highly recommend it for someone looking for a device that is asked to do one thing: perform as an e-reader. Taking in how compact it is and the fact that it is just $139 is very compelling. Like...
By MobileTechReview on June 20, 2011
The Barnes & Noble New Nook is one of our top picks among ereaders. It has a Pearl E Ink screen with a very well done touch user interface, it’s fast, it supports all manner of ePub with and without DRM, and it’s small and lightweight. The...
By techcrunch.com on June 09, 2011
Short Version: After a few day with the new Nook I was hooked. It is a pure reading experience condensed into a device the size of a paperback and with a super-crisp e-ink touchscreen. The Nook is, in short, the best ereader from a major player...
By TechReviewSource on June 02, 2011
4.50 As tablets have grown in popularity as do-everything devices, vendors are focusing on making the best possible reading device and forgoing everything else. If you want to browse the Web and check your email, buy an iPad or a Nook Color, but if...
By PC Mag on June 01, 2011
Thanks to plenty of upgrades and a laser-sharp focus on the reading experience, the second-gen Barnes & Noble Nook Touch Reader is our new Editors' Choice for ebook readers....
By LaptopMag on June 01, 2011
Barnes & Noble's second-generation Nook is a big improvement over the original, which we liked quite a bit. It matches Amazon's Kindle in style and design, but is even easier to use because of its touchscreen. While the Kindle was faster at page...
By Gizmodo on June 01, 2011
Barnes and Noble's Simple Touch Nook is not a reinvention of the e-reader in any way. It's a refinement, and a very good one at that. Why It Matters: The Nook dispels the notion that all e-readers have to be long and slim like a tall novel,...
By iGeneration on September 20, 2011
Si les liseuses électroniques ont du mal à percer en France, ce n’est pas parce que la technologie est mauvaise. La réponse est peut-être à chercher du côté de l’offre tant de contenus que de matériels...
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