Barnes and Noble Nook Touch

The Nook Touch is an e-reader designed by Barnes and Noble, a large and popular bookstore.  While not as well known as the Kindle, this e-reader can be an option for you, especially since it is cheaper.  While I do not personally own a Nook, I have a very close friend who does.  This is her review:

I like my nook because…if you update it in a certain way, it acts like an android.  It’s sometimes a bit slow but that’s because it’s an older model.  You can download the Nook app on an android.  I bought the Nook Touch in America a few years back.  I know that there are newer models that are better…but I really like this ’cause it reminds me of my trip to the U.S.”

I have used her Nook before and It’s really interesting because it allows you to search on Google and download games that Barnes and Noble supports.  The Nook is touchscreen and LCD.  It’s really large, larger than the Kindle, so if you’re the type that doesn’t like to read books on a small device, this could be an option.  Of course, all e-readers are large enough for reading, so this is purely up to you.  All in all, I feel that the Nook gives very good value for money, just like the Amazon Fire tab.  There are also newer, more modern Nooks like the Nook Simple Touch and the Nook Glowlight, which contain some added features.  Check out this link to find out more.

NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight Review 2015 | Pros & Cons …

If you think this is the e-reader for you, then click the link at the end of the page to pick and purchase your Nook.  You can also check out this link to find out more about the Nook.

Nook Touch Review – Nook 2 Photo Gallery and Videos

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