With the technology sector teeming with smartphones, tablets, and even phablets, you may be wondering as to where the Nook is placed with all of the competition buzzing around, but that doesn’t mean Barnes & Noble would just sit in the corner doing nothing. In fact, the brand just announced a new Nook on the way, and it would seem that it is aiming to be within the same market as Amazon targets with their Fire HD 6.
Barnes & Noble’s 7-Inch Nook is Aiming To Target the Same Markets as Amazon’s Fire HD 6
It was recently announced that Barnes & Noble is about to enter the tech sector anew with an all-new Nook Tablet 7, and it has been reported to be launched within this month. It was also said that it will land on the 26th of November, which is just in time for Black Friday shopping. With the time of its release, of course, it is also just in time right before the holiday season officially begins. With this new Nook Tablet 7, interested purchasers should know retail price starts at only $49.99, and in comparison, Amazon’s Fire Tablet HD 6 has a price that’s $50 more than that. However, it should also be noted that the giant online retailer frequently puts the Fire HD 6 up for sale at discounted prices.
Even though this is the first known detail about the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 7, it should also be noted that it is not the first time this device has popped up. Back by the end of October of this year, the unit has made it stop over at the FCC, which did signal a launch that the firm is about to launch a new device into the market. Sure enough, just about a couple of weeks later, the tablet can now be seen in full view.
With its price tag, the latest offering of Barnes & Noble really does sound like an affordable mobile device, and those who are reading this should know you are all not along into thinking about that. This is because the firm is not shy about pointing out that this is their “most affordable Nook ever.” For a standard retail price of $49.99, customers are about to take advantage of a fairly basic set of hardware specifications. In other words, there should be nothing fancy about how it performs, nor by how it looks.
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