Barnes & Noble Nook 10.1″ is a new reading tablet (really) for $130
The tablet is accessible for preorder now and will turn out Nov. 14.
Barnes and Noble is putting forth another Nook tablet.
The book shop said Monday the Nook 10.1” has a greater presentation than any of its past models and can be utilized for perusing, taking photographs and sending messages. The tablet – with a 10.1-inch show – is accessible for preorder now for $130 and will turn out Nov. 14.
The tablet has 32GB of storage room, as indicated by Barnes and Noble’s public statement, and front and back cameras, an earphone jack, Bluetooth, and pogo pins that can associate the tablet to a Nook console or charging dock.
Back in the beginning of tablets, Barnes and Noble was a noteworthy player in the market, however income from Nook tablets and tablets has purportedly fallen 85 percent since 2012. Barnes and Noble’s last tablet, the $50 Nook 7, turned out in 2016.
The Nook 10.1″ will go up against gadgets from Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and others this Christmas shopping season. Amazon’s 10.1-inch Fire HD tablet typically retails for $150, however will cost $100 amid the retailer’s Black Friday deal period beginning Nov 16.