Barnes & Noble Nook Wi-Fi Edition

  • Barnes & Noble Nook Wi-Fi Edition
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  • Clear, crisp reading experience, Social functionality, Portability.
  • Facile touchscreen interface, Easytohold thanks to light weight and texture, Great software design.
  • The 2011 Nook is a compact and lightweight e-book reader with a responsive high-contrast Pearl e-ink touch screen that offers quick page turns. It's got built-in Wi-Fi for direct access to the online Barnes & Noble store, an expansion slot for additio


  • Somewhat buggy software, Touchscreen less than ideal for nonreading interaction, No 3G option
  • Physical buttons are stiff and too hard to press.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Engadget on 70

Many who follow the e-reader market keep coming back to the same question: how long does it realistically have left? The explosion of tablets and reader apps for smartphones have left their respective impacts on the space, while the market for devoted...

By PCWorld on 80

This e-reader nails many elements necessary for a fantastic reading experience, but it is held back by its stiff button design. New Barnes & Noble Nook Adds Touchscreen, Improves Interface Barnes and Noble Nook Wi-Fi (second generation) Review, by...

By cnet on 83

The new touch-screen Nook is a major advancement over its predecessor and offers some real advantages over the current...

By on 80

After a high-profile launch marred by software glitches, it appears that Barnes & Noble’s Nook has recovered from its initial growing pains quite nicely. It even added a second eReader, the Nook Wi-Fi. Borrowing a concept from Apple’s...

By Gear Diary on

Review: Barnes and Noble Nook Wifi Edition Posted on 30 July 2010 by Carly Z Barnes and Noble’s nook has been out for some time, but it hasn’t stopped making waves since its debut! After the initial successful release, B&N released a...