Barnes & Noble Nook

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Expertrecension från : K. T. Bradford (digitaltrends.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight review

 

The new Nook GlowLight has a better screen and brighter light, but that light is still uneven, its lack of page turn buttons make it difficult to use for lefties, and the overall package can't match the Kindle Paperwhite.

Screen is more pixel dense with deeper contrast ; GlowLight is brighter ; Speedy, responsive performance

No physical page turn buttons ; No improvements to the software or extras ; No MicroSD card slot ; Little space for non-B&N ebooks and files ; GlowLight still uneven

Ever since the first Nook debuted in 2009 each generation has improved on the last. Even when Barnes & Noble radically changed the design, it was done for the better. And each innovation from touch to built-in lights have made new Nooks highly...

Nov 2013

Expertrecension från : Brian Heater (engadget.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ review: a high-def 9-inch tablet at an entry-level price

 

More Info Barnes & Noble announces Nook HD+ 9-inch tablet, we go hands-on Nook HD review: a high-def tablet with the heart of a reader

Brilliant high-res display ; Tempting price ; Device is comfortable to hold ; Good reading experience

Uninspired UI ; Limited selection of apps, multimedia content

With the Nook HD+, Barnes & Noble is offering a nice piece of hardware at a good price. Too bad it's somewhat limited on the software side.

Dec 2012

Expertrecension från : Brian Heater (engadget.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet review

 

Back in April, the Nook Color underwent a magical change of sorts: a software update that transformed the device from a color screen e-reader into an

Excellent video quality ; Expandable memory ; Fast performance for a budget tablet

Upgrades from the Color are relatively minor ; Limited built-in storage for side-loaded content ; 7-inch screen is a bit small for magazines and comics

Barnes & Noble's budget tablet manages to give the Kindle Fire a run for its money, even though it costs $50 more.

Nov 2011

Expertrecension från : Brian Heater (engadget.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook WiFi

 

Many who follow the e-reader market keep coming back to the same question: how long does it realistically have left? The explosion of tablets and reader apps for smartphones have left their respective impacts on the space, while the market for devoted...

Clear, crisp reading experience ; Social functionality ; Portability

Somewhat buggy software ; Touchscreen less than ideal for non-reading interaction ; No 3G option

Jun 2011

Expertrecension från : Ian Bell (digitaltrends.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook Review

 

There's no doubt that the Nook is a cool product – but the device feels a little rushed at this point which makes us question if it can truly give the Kindle a run for its money.

Dec 2009

Expertrecension från : Joshua Topolsky (engadget.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook review

 

When we first caught wind of Barnes & Noble's Nook -- a device clearly positioned to give the Amazon Kindle and Sony's options a run for their money

Secondary color screen ; Great selection of books ; E-Ink is easy on the eyes

Sluggish Android performance ; Screens feel disconnected from one another ; Slower refresh rate than the Kindle

Dec 2009

Expertrecension från : Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3

 

The Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3 illuminates your reading with a warm, color-changing light, but can't get past Amazon's superior ebook selection.

Sharp screen. Color-changing front light goes from blue to yellow. Physical page turn buttons. ePub support.

Sluggish UI. Limited store selection. Awkward for library books.

The Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3 is a good-enough e-reader with some unique features for its price. Most notably, that color-changing front light is notable for $119.99; with Kobo, you need to go up to the $179.99 Aura H2O to get that. The screen is...

Maj 2018

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight Plus review

 

After taking a beating with its Nook tablets, Barnes & Noble smartly retreated and stopped making its own hardware, opting instead to sell Samsung tablets with a custom Nook interface, plus full access to the Google Play Store.

Barnes & Noble's third-generation Nook GlowLight Plus has a sleeker design with an aluminum back, improved lighting scheme, a sharper 300 dots-per-inch E Ink display and a more responsive capacitive touchscreen. Its biggest competitive advantage over...

The aluminum casing has a bit of an edge to it on the front. Nook's ecosystem is good but can't beat Kindle's.

The new Nook GlowLight Plus probably isn't going to make any converts out of Amazon's Kindle customers, but at least Barnes & Noble now has an e-reader with competitive specs and performance to the Paperwhite.

Nov 2015

Expertrecension från : Ben Radding (pcmag.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight Plus

 

The Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight Plus is a great waterproof ebook reader for the beach or the bathtub, but the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite remains your best option on dry land.

Waterproof. Sharp screen. Good book selection.

Unintuitive store interface. Slight performance lag.

Conclusions The Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight Plus is a very good ebook reader if you like to read at the beach or the pool, or in the bath. It has a sharper display and costs lest than the waterproof Kobo Aura H2O, though it doesn't support as many...

Nov 2015

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight review: Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight

 

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight

The integrated light in the Barnes & Noble ; displays uniformly across the high-contrast Pearl e-ink touch screen and is a killer feature for nighttime reading for couples who share a bed. The touch screen is ever so slightly more responsive, there's...

Like the Nook Simple Touch, this model has no support for audio, no 3G option, and no Web browser. The rubberized finish on the back of the device attracts fingerprints.

The Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight sets the standard for e-ink e-readers going forward and is well worth the extra money if you do a lot of nighttime reading.

Okt 2013