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Testseek.com have collected 39 expert reviews of the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 7 inch and the average rating is 72%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 7 inch.


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  • The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is a full-featured tablet with a vibrant 7-inch touch screen
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 16GB of built-in storage
  • And a microSD expansion slot. In addition to a full slate of books and magazines
  • It offers more than a thousand apps...
  • Top-notch e-reading experience
  • Interactive childrens' books and magazines
  • Streaming video apps
  • Great display minimizes glare
  • Interface focuses on customization and reading
  • Many apps are tailored for the 7inch screen
  • Responsive and friendly UI
  • Good PDF handling
  • Strong video playback skills.
  • Many apps are tailored for the 7-inch screen
  • * Interface focuses on customization and reading
  • * Great display minimizes glare
  • Stunning LCD touchscreen
  • Fast CPU
  • Handy form factor
  • Alwayswelcome Adobe Flash Player support for online video!
  • A terrific value at $249
  • MicroSD card slot in addition to 16GB of internal storage
  • Stylish design
  • Colorful screen with wide viewing angles
  • Social reading features
  • Read and Record feature
  • Great selection of interactive kids' books
  • Affordable cost
  • Solid construction
  • Wide viewing angles
  • The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet (8GB) is an affordably priced full-featured tablet with a vibrant 7-inch touch screen
  • 8GB of built-in storage
  • It offers m...
  • Great selection of interactive children's books
  • Better performance than Kindle Fire
  • Bright
  • Vivid screen
  • Nice interface built around ebook reading
  • Good battery life for a tablet
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Design is still striking
  • Lighter than the Nook Color
  • Bright IPS screen with great viewing angles
  • Faster performance
  • Good specs for the price
  • B&N instore support
  • MicroSD card slot for memory expansion
  • Excellent screen
  • Netflix and Hulu Plus support

The editors didn't like

  • No access to full Android Market
  • No Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • Or camera
  • No video rental (or purchase) option
  • Sideloaded content beyond 1GB needs to be housed on microSD.
  • No way to download music or video
  • Few apps
  • Navigation is locked into portrait mode only
  • Gray bezel is distracting
  • Last year's look has lost its luster
  • Most internal storage is allocated to Nook store content
  • Hard to sideload apps.
  • * Gray bezel is distracting
  • Price when rated
  • $250
  • Only 1GB of the embedded memory is really at our disposal
  • No camera
  • Limited movie and music options
  • Several features require a credit card
  • Over a week of frequent use
  • The extremely proficient dualcore processor revealed itself to be quite nimble
  • Launching apps and loading web pages with an impressive quickness
  • The speed of online activity limited primarily by that of my internet connecti
  • Weak speaker
  • Small selection of apps
  • No offline music or video options yet
  • Doesn't support app side-loading
  • Only 1GB of memory reserved for personal content
  • Limited app
  • Video
  • & music ecosystem
  • Proprietary charging connection
  • There's no access to the full Android Market
  • And the 8GB of internal memory may be limiting to some people
  • But unlike with the Kindle Fire
  • You do have a memory expansion option.
  • Battery life can't match EInk ereaders
  • App selection is limited
  • Fewer multimedia features than Kindle Fire
  • No cameras or Bluetooth
  • Weak music / video content ecosystem
  • No tabbed browsing
  • Cannot easily sideload apps
  • Can only be charged with its “proprietary” MicroUSB cable
  • A little bulky next to Kindle Fire
  • Underpowered mono speaker
  • Limited app selection
  • Onboard user storage capped at 1GB(!) on a 16GB device

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  Published: 2012-12-28, Author: James A. , review by: tablet-news.com

  • Abstract:  My general impression when reviewing the Nook Tablet earlier this year was that the device is a bit better than the Amazon Kindle Fire, in spite of the general opinion that the Amazon device was one of best 7 inch slates out there. This is a $200 product,...

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  Published: 2012-05-19, Author: Jeffrey Van Camp , review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • Better performance than Kindle Fire, Bright, vivid screen, Nice interface built around ebook reading, Good battery life for a tablet, microSD card slot
  • Battery life can't match EInk ereaders, App selection is limited, Fewer multimedia features than Kindle Fire, No cameras or Bluetooth

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  Published: 2012-04-19, Author: K. T. Bradford , review by: gottabemobile.com

  • Abstract:  Barnes & Noble recently introduced a new version of the Nook Tablet for $199 that differs in minor ways from the $249 Nook Tablet (16GB) that came out last holiday season. The less expensive Nook has half as much internal storage (8GB) and half as much RA...

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  Published: 2012-03-14, Author: Anna Attkisson , review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Stylish design; Colorful screen with wide viewing angles; Social reading features; Read and Record feature; Great selection of interactive children's books
  • Weak speaker; Small selection of apps; No offline music or video options yet; Doesn't support app side-loading
  • The 8GB Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet has half the storage of the original, but still offers a great eReading experience, high-quality display, and smooth performance for less than $200.

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  Published: 2012-02-22, Author: David Carnoy , review by: cnet.com

  • The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet (8GB) is an affordably priced full-featured tablet with a vibrant 7-inch touch screen, built-in Wi-Fi, 8GB of built-in storage, and a microSD expansion slot. In addition to a full slate of books and magazines, it offers m...
  • There's no access to the full Android Market; no Bluetooth, GPS, or camera; no video rental (or purchase) option; and the 8GB of internal memory may be limiting to some people, but unlike with the Kindle Fire, you do have a memory expansion option.
  • The $199 Nook Tablet (8GB) matches up well to the Kindle Fire on specs and price--and has the added advantage of offering an expansion slot for additional memory.

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76%
 
  Published: 2011-12-23, review by: bigpicturebigsound.com

  • Stunning LCD touchscreen, fast CPU, handy form factor, Alwayswelcome Adobe Flash Player support for online video!, A terrific value at $249, microSD card slot in addition to 16GB of internal storage,
  • Only 1GB of the embedded memory is really at our disposal, No camera, Limited movie and music options, Several features require a credit card, Over a week of frequent use, the extremely proficient dualcore processor revealed itself to be quite nimble, launching apps and loading web pages with an impressive quickness, the speed of online activity limited primarily by that of my internet connecti
  • The present day for the NOOK Tablet is bright indeed, with speed, elegance, beauty and a deep well from which to draw a wide range of paid content. But if we compare the music and video service options here to those of the Kindle Fire, a disparity eme...

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  Published: 2011-12-12, review by: computerworld.com

  • Abstract:  With the holiday season in full force, a lot of gift-givers are going to be considering one of the new color e-readers that have been introduced recently: Amazon's Kindle Fire, the Kobo Vox and Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet. Many people are still unsure...

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  Published: 2011-12-07, review by: macworld.com

  • Many apps are tailored for the 7-inch screen, * Interface focuses on customization and reading, * Great display minimizes glare,
  • Navigation is locked into portrait mode only, * Gray bezel is distracting, Price when rated: $250

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  Published: 2011-12-07, Author: Jen Edwards , review by: tabletpcreview.com

  • Good specs for the price, B&N instore support, MicroSD card slot for memory expansion, Excellent screen, Netflix and Hulu Plus support
  • A little bulky next to Kindle Fire, Underpowered mono speaker, Limited app selection, Onboard user storage capped at 1GB(!) on a 16GB device
  • The NOOK Tablet isn't a totally brand new device; it's more of an incremental upgrade. It has some cool new features, such as a faster processor and twice the memory in a slightly lighter package, plus a microphone to record your own narration for childr...

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  Published: 2011-11-30, review by: g4tv.com

  • Abstract:  Video Review: The Nook Tablet from Barnes & Noble has arrived with access to over 2 million books, magazines, comics and more. Add a 7" VividView touch screen, 16 GB of storage and a 11.5 hour battery life, this $249 tablet could be the buy of the holi...

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