The first Android-powered eReader gets a minor software update.
Topics include Nexus One, Nook, and the ICD Android tablet.
It’s Christmas time and that means one thing… buying stuff. Alright, alright, we also like the family and the friends and the food and all the good stuff too, but that’s coming at the end of the month. The first half of December is usually dominated by shopping.
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The Nook has finally arrived. And while a full review is still on the way, today we thought we’d better get up an unboxing with initial impressions and photos of the hottest e-reader on the market this Christmas season.
We are now hoping to get a Nook by December 9th.
If you were wanting a Nook, time is running out.
It was only a week ago that we learned Barnes & Noble was preparing an Android-powered eReader and now the device is official. Nook was unveiled yesterday and is already available for pre-order at $259. B&N is pushing Nook as “The world’s most advanced eBook reader” and we tend to agree with them.