Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight

  |   by TabletPCReview Staff

The Nook GlowLight is Barnes & Noble’s latest iteration of its light-up eReader, which allows users to read virtually anywhere, day or night. It has a 6-inch, 1024 x 758 screen with a pixel density of 212 ppi. This is an E Ink display, so it appears very close to paper. The Nook GlowLight holds up to 2,000 books, and Barnes & Noble says is battery lasts up to 8 weeks on a single charge.

  • Pros

    • Lightweight
    • GlowLight can be turned off
    • Brick and mortar stores for troubleshooting
  • Cons

    • Loose rubber bumper exposes internal components
    • Ebooks are more expensive than on rival Kindle

Quick Take

The Nook GlowLight offers some unique features, but users might not find they outweigh the cost of e-books from Barnes and Noble.

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