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The Barnes & Noble Nook e-book reader is a potential rival to the Amazon Kindle and Sony E-Book Reader, letting you loan books, and being compatible with PC, Mac,…
£162 inc VAT
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is fast, has a dynamite display, and will give the Amazon Kindle Fire and other value tablets a run for their money.
£155 inc VAT
Barnes & Noble has announced its Nook HD as a straight up rival to Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD. We've managed to get some hands-on time with the…
£159 inc VAT
Tablets are all the rage so we've put the Google Nexus 7 up against its latest rival, the Barnes & Noble Nook HD.
£159 inc VAT
The Nook HD is a cheap 7 inch tablet with a stunning HD screen. We take a closer look to find out how it stacks up against its rivals, including the Kindle Fire HD…
£159 inc VAT
The Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch GlowLight is an ebook reader with LED-lit display, and a recent price drop makes it a tempting buy. Updated: 24th October 2013
£109 inc VAT
Amazon is well known for its Kindle eReaders but here's our review of a good Paperwhite alternative, the Nook GlowLight.
£89 inc VAT
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