• Other Features of the Nook HD Tablet
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  • So, does that mean you should definitely choose the Nook Tablet over the Kindle Fire?

Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet 16gb (Color, BNTV250)

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Storage: This is a big one. Even before I laid a finger on the Kindle Fire, its 8GB, nonexpendable storage capacity . Of that 8GB, only 6GB is user-accessible. By doubling to 16GB out of the gate-- offering the ability to add up to 32GB additional storage via microSD--the Nook Tablet makes me less anxious about storing all of the books, magazines, apps, music, and videos I want, without needing to worry about being within range of a Wi-Fi hot spot for real-time streaming from the cloud, as Amazon emphasizes for its product.

Storage: This is a big one. Even before I laid a finger on the Kindle Fire, its 8GB, nonexpendable storage capacity . Of that 8GB, only 6GB is user-accessible. By doubling to 16GB out of the gate-- offering the ability to add up to 32GB additional storage via microSD--the Nook Tablet makes me less anxious about storing all of the books, magazines, apps, music, and videos I want, without needing to worry about being within range of a Wi-Fi hot spot for real-time streaming from the cloud, as Amazon emphasizes for its product.

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Barnes and Noble Reveals the Nook Tablet

Nook Tablet key specs:
In many respects, the Nook Tablet is very much the Nook Color 2.0. It's got the same chassis but weighs 14.1 ounces or 1.7 ounces less than the Nook Color, and the 7-inch screen is the same resolution as its predecessor. But--as you'd expect a year later--it gets the aforementioned faster CPU, more memory and storage, and an operating system upgrade.