Barnes & Noble Nook HD and Nook HD+ Prices Slashed for Fathers Day

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In an attempt to appeal to those looking for an inexpensive tablet for Dear Old Dad, Barnes & Noble has significantly dropped the price of the Nook HD and Nook HD+ Android tablets until Fathers Day.

Barnes & Noble Nook HD+The Nook HD 8GB typically sells for $200, but this week it’s going for $130. The 16GB version is $150.

Nook HD+ 16GB has temporarily dropped from $270 to $150. The version with 32GB of storage is now $180.

A Quick Comparison of the Nook HD vs. Nook HD+

The Nook HD had a 7-inch touchscreen at a 1440 x 900 resolution, giving it a pixel density of 243 ppi. Its larger sister model has a 9-inch display with a 1920 x 1280 resolution and
256 ppi.

Both run a modified version of Google’s Android. Barnes & Noble recently modified these tablets so that they can access apps, books, music, and videos from the Google Play store, as well as the one designed for these tablets by B&N.

The Nook HD has a 1.3 GHz dual-core processor, while the HD+ has a 1.5 GHz dual-core one. In addition to their built-in storage, both have memory card slots for additional capacity.

These devices connect to the Internet over Wi-Fi and include Bluetooth. They come with a suite of apps such as a web browser and email software.

Interested? Be sure to read our Nook HD+ Review to learn more about this tablet. 



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