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May 25 2011


Barnes & Noble goes after Kindle with Nook Simple Touch Reader

Ars Technica :: Barnes & Noble has decided to expand its Nook line by offering a new device that is... less capable than its previous offerings? The company announced the simplified Nook during a media event in New York on Tuesday, arguing that e-book fans are still looking for a "simple, pure reading experience." That's why the company decided to launch the $139 Nook Simple Touch Reader—a Kindle-like device that has an E-ink screen, no apps, no fancy colors, and (almost) no buttons.

Continue to read Jacqui Cheng, arstechnica.com

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