Barnes and Noble are selling off their Android Nook tablets

Barnes and Noble are selling off their Android Nook tablets

Since Microsoft got heavily involved with Barnes and Noble and their Nook franchise the writing had been on the wall for their Android tablets. In a move that preempts the discontinuation of the Android tablets you can now get hold of the Nook HD and the Nook HD+ rather cheaply. The spec of the HD+ is impressive for the money as well.


The award-winning NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ tablets will be available at new low prices. For a limited time only, the 7-inch NOOK HD will start at just £99 (8GB) and £129 (16GB), while the 9-inch NOOK HD+ tablet is available starting at £149 (16GB) and £179 (32GB), both online at NOOK.co.uk and at leading retailers across the UK

The Nook HD is the smaller 7″ cheaper model. The screen is a 7″ 1440 x 900 243 PPI display, it has a dual core CPU and Micro SD slot.
Barnes and Noble are selling off their Android Nook tablets
The Nook HD+ is the larger 9″ more expensive model. The screen on this model is a 9″ 1920 x 1280 256 PPI, again it is a dual core CPU and again has microSD slot.
Barnes and Noble are selling off their Android Nook tablets

Both are a pretty good deal as they have the Google Play Store installed and they have a range of Nook software pre-installed.

 

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  • Martin

    I can believe the tech you can get for (relatively) little money these days. £180 for a 32gig HD tablet seems too good to be true!

  • weirdstuff

    Quite fancy the 7 inch one myself, top tech for under a ton? Bar-gain!