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Welcome to nook Wiki
the collaborative website about the Barnes and Noble nook e-reader that anyone can edit.

What is the nook?Edit

Barnes and Noble nook is an electronic book reader developed by Barnes & Noble, based on the Google Android platform. The device was announced in the United States on October 20, 2009, and is expected to be released by November 30, 2009 for $259 USD. The nook will compete with the Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader, and other readers, and will include Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G wireless connectivity, a 600 x 800 pixel, 6 inch E Ink display and a smaller 3.5 inch 480 x 144 pixel color control display which will serve as the primary input device. It will have 2 GB of internal memory that will be available for storage of Barnes & Noble content and personal files, but can be expanded to 16GB with a microSD or microSDHC card.

Did you know?Edit

... that the nook was the first ebook reader with the Android operating system?

... that the nook is currently on backorder on preorders?

All about the nookEdit

nook Features

nook Specifications

nook eBook Pricing

nook How-Tos

nook Development

nook Resources