New Tabs on the Go by Barnes & Noble

New Tabs on the Go by Barnes & Noble

Tech companies come with new devices almost every new week, as per a recent report, and this festive season, all new innovations from different tech-giants are being seen all together.

If Microsoft is coming up with its ultimate version of windows, Windows 8, Apple is not lagging behind and is launching the iPad Mini. Similarly, Google is bringing into front Chromebook and alongside, are waiting a new Google phone and a 10-inch Samsung tablet to be launched.

The Barnes & Noble are also in the line, announcing the launch of Nook HD as well as HD+ tablet. As per the findings, the Nook HD lineup has been launched in late September and the new Nook HD would now gather large crowd. It is a 7-inch tablet akin to the Nook Tablet.

The report finds that it is either $199 (8GB) or $229 (16GB). However, another tablet being launched is the Nook HD +, which is like the Apple iPad and would be probably available at $269 for 16GB and $299 for 32GB. The tablets would be on sales from this week only.

"Our two new tablets offer the best quality reading and entertainment experiences, at the best price", said CEO William Lynch.


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