The newest low-end tablet of Barnes & Noble, the Nook Tablet 7-inch is up-for-sells for $50
On 25th of November Barnes & Noble is releasing a new Android-powered tablet named the Nook Tablet 7-inch. As the name suggests the slate boasts a 7-inch IPS display, optimized for reading. It boasts a resolution of 600 x 1024p resolution.
The device is entry-level in terms of specs and capabilities. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. The back camera of the tablet is with 5MP while the front-facing camera is with 2MP resolution. On board are provided 8GB storage in the Nook Tablet 7-inch. It supports microSD cards for expansion with up to 128GB. The battery of the device is capable of keeping it running for up to seven hours for daily tasks according to the company. The tablet supports Wi-Fi and microUSB 2.0.
The goodies packed in the tablet and its affordable price makes the deal for the slate irresistible. It provides access to the Play Store and all the Android apps. For a comparison, the competitor of the 7-incher, the Amazon Fire tablet provides access to the Amazon Appstore only which is more limited. The price of the Nook Tablet 7-inch is $49.99. It is getting launched on 25th of November, just in time for the holiday shopping. The customers who want to lock the deal early there is the possibility to pre-order the tablet now.