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Barnes & Noble BNTV600 NOOK HD+ Tablet with 32GB Memory - Slate

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and price are on the whole positive. The touch screen and screen are also mentioned favorably. There are some mixed reviews about the reliability and battery. The camera and GPS navigation get critical comments.

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Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ ( 32GB)

 

Editors' note, November 25, 2013: Due to increasingly stronger competition in the tablet space, CNET has lowered the score of the Nook HD+.

The Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ starts at only $149, and has a sharp screen, good performance, and a microSD slot. It's also lightweight and comfortable, and implements magazines and catalogs better than any other tablet.

There are no cameras, the screen is susceptible to fingerprints, and the OS can feel sluggish at times.

The Nook HD+ is a low-price, quality entry point into the world of tablets, especially now that it has full Google Play support.

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Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ video review - 9in tablet with a stunning display

 

The Nook HD+ is a 9in tablet with a stunning full HD screen. It's thin and fairly light at just over 500g and, like Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets, it runs a heavily customised version of Google Android.

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