Barnes & Noble to Release New Nook Tablet This Spring

According to the New York Times, Barnes & Noble is currently working a new Nook eReader that should be ready for retail sometime this spring. Unfortunately not much is known about the tablet but it’s believed to be Android powered and is getting its final touches as we speak. Reportedly this news comes from an anonymous B & N executive so we can pretty much be sure that we will see a fourth Nook in a few months.

I wonder what this device is going to look like? CNET seems to think that it might be a higher-end reader, with a larger size and beefed up specs to possibly compete with the iPad. Although, this is just hearsay at this point, but I highly doubt Barnes & Noble is working on a mid or low-range reader because it seems as though the market has been saturated with such products recently. Either way, in the land of tech and electronics we are generally leaked information before devices get officially announced. It wont be long before we know all the ins and outs of the upcoming Nook so stay tuned for further details.

In the meantime, what are your thoughts? What do you think the book seller has in store for the digital literary world? Let us know in the comments below.

source: cnet


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