Lately, Amazon.com launched Kindle Fire, a contender to iPad and attracted a lot of attention.
It is only following a lead that was rolled out a year ago with the Nook Color with a 7-inch display gadget claimed Barnes and Noble Inc. This tab ranked second in popularity to Apple’s iPad.
Nook Color launched in the market with a mighty excitement and soon threatened the race of Apple iPads. It was equipped with 800-megahertz processor, 512 megabytes of memory and 8 gigabytes of storage capacity. It is devoid of 3G or 4G connections, cameras and Bluetooth advantages that are found in high priced gadgets.
The Nook tablet, priced at $249 resembles a lot to the Nook Color that was priced at $199. But the tablet has advanced features like an improved horsepower. It is preferred because of the affordability point because many people do not have the ability to own an Apple iPad worthily $499. Moreover, it has all features that the Nook Color did not possess apart from a 1-GHz dual core processor in the hardware, 1 gigabyte memory and 16 gigabytes of storage capacity. Though it also does not have Bluetooth or camera, yet it offers easy navigation through the pages, faster downloads and a more quickly responding operations.
Both the Nook Tablet and Color have some common features. Both have almost the same attractive look, warm to hold and corresponding display. It can show you net pages from Hulu and Netflix, books and comics. Since it has less storage capacity than others in the market, it has a choice of microSD card slot that can help you grow storage facilities. From the hardware point, of view, both the Nooks can never touch Fire’s music library, movies or downloading TV shows.