Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet teardown
Barnes & Noble is marketing the Nook Tablet as the company's first, full-fledged tablet. But our teardown and hardware analysis show the new Nook to have more in common with the Nook Color e-book reader than Android tablets, such as the Sony Tablet S, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and Acer Iconia Tab. Perhaps the Nook Color was always a tablet in e-book reader's clothing.
Follow along as I cracked open the Nook Tablet.
For a complete hardware analysis, check out my article, "Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet teardown: Upgraded, improved Nook Color."
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