Barnes and Noble Introduces a New Nook 10’’ HD Tablet in Collaboration with Lenovo


Barnes and Noble Introduces a New Nook 10’’ HD Tablet in Collaboration with Lenovo
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Barnes and Noble previously debuted the NOOK tablet in 2018. Since then, the question of whether the company has discontinued the line of tablet and e-reader remained unanswered. But on 19th March, Barnes and Noble confirmed that they are about to reveal a new NOOK 10’’ HD tablet which they made in collaboration with Lenovo. 

Tony Chen, a Lenovo VP, said in a statement: 

“As part of our mission to enable smarter technology for all, Lenovo has been innovating a broad range of Android tablets over the past decade based on different user needs and budgets. We’re excited to turn the page with Barnes & Noble on the thin and light design of the new connected NOOK tablet that offers e-book lovers the best of both worlds — a full-featured Lenovo Android tablet beloved by fans with everything you know and want from NOOK at its heart.” 

The new device runs on the Android operating system and features a 2.3GHz octa-core processor. It has a 10.1’’ HD IPS display which is believed not to be harsh on eyes by lowering blue light.  It provides 32 GB storage that can be expanded by using a microSD card. The battery lasts up to 10 hours. Additionally, it also features front and rear cameras along with dual audio Dolby Atmos speakers. 

This new NOOK tablet has squared-off edges and an aluminum back. And gives access to NOOK apps for e-book, newspapers, magazines, Google Play, and Google Assistant. The new feature includes Kids Space from Google, which is designed to provide age-appropriate book access to kids. Apart from all this it also includes FM. This amazing device is priced at $130 and will start shipping at the beginning of early April. 




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