Barnes & Noble NOOK Review (2nd Generation) by TheUrbanPrepper

Barnes & Noble NOOK (2nd Generation) – REVIEW

OVERVIEW:
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/nook/index.asp?PID=35699

INCLUDED IN THE BOX:
– NOOK microUSB Cable
– AC Adapter
– Rechargeable Battery

SPECIFICATIONS:
Weight: 7.48 ounces*
Height: 6.5 inches
Width: 5.0 inches
Depth: 0.47 inches
Resolution: 800×600

35% lighter, 6% thinner and over an inch shorter than NOOK 1st Edition™–overall 21% more compact

BATTERY INFO:
Battery can last up to 2 months with Wi-Fi® off**
Installed rechargeable battery
Charge via USB to a computer or power adapter
Charging time: 3 hours from wall outlet

Most advanced E Ink® Pearl Display
16-level gray scale for greater detail

High contrast screen-50% greater contrast than NOOK 1st Edition™
Read in bright sun with no glare
80% less flashing and Fast Page™ for immersive reading (see demo)

Quick wireless downloads / Download books in seconds

Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi® (802.11b/g/n)
Free Wi-Fi® in all Barnes & Noble stores
Free Wi-Fi® at over 20,000 AT&T® hotspots nationwide

MEMORY:
2GB***—Holds up to 1,000 books
Slip in a micro SD card to add your personal files
Expandable microSD† card up to 32GB

CONNECTORS:
MicroUSB connector charges your battery and connects to your computer

NOOK supports these popular formats:

– ePub
– PDF
– Graphic: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP

PAST VIDEOS

Unboxing the NOOK (Barnes & Noble)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Vvls4C9l1E

Introduction: Bug Out Library (Urban Survival)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IFkuUkWiJY

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