I’ve always had a soothing mark for a Nook. Barnes Noble’s e-reader was some-more than only a singular aspirant to Amazon’s steamrolling Kindle, it was a good device with an engaging pattern — and one of a initial in a category to now customary technologies like front lighting.
But good readers never unequivocally die, they only go into extended hibernation and people forget all of about them. And also they infrequently die. Anyway, it’s transparent that a Nook multiplication eventually wasn’t a arrange of exit plan Barnes Noble was anticipating for (no one, it seemed, could envision Amazon), yet it continues to recover products here and there, including a bigger, improved Nook GlowLight Plus.
The new reader maintains a classical Nook soothing hold style, joined with a extremely incomparable 7.8 in. shade featuring a suggested front lighting. Bulkiness has always been a bit of an emanate with a Nook, and that’s roughly positively some-more so a box with a incomparable footprint. It’s a scapegoat for a some-more gentle device, and a cost is positively right though, during $199.
That includes 8GB of built in storage and your customary works-for-weeks-at-a-time battery. The earthy page buttons, that Amazon has given come behind around on are here, as well. Oh, and a new Nook is waterproof for all of those summer reading misadventures.
It his BN stores on Memorial Day and will accessible online Wednesday May 29.