Barnes & Noble made a Nook with its smallest display ever

Barnes & Noble has created a new Luke by continuing to sell its latest line of products that demonstrate that the Kindle rivals are still alive and kicking. The latest Nook is the smallest and cheapest model of Barnes & Noble, but it is a 7-inch model with a price of $ 49.99.

The giant of this book released a new Nook in early November featuring the largest display in the 10.1-inch company. The Nook had 32GB of storage that could be expanded to 256GB. You can also launch the Google Play app from Nook.

As expected, the 7-inch Nook is a bigger brother. Starting with 16GB of storage, you can store up to 128GB. There is a 1024 x 600 display instead of 1920 x 1200 resolution. Nevertheless, battery life is up to 7 hours, Wi-Fi connectivity, rechargeable Micro USB 2.0 port, 3.5mm headphone jack and microSD card slot, and other features still remain standard. The larger Nook has a 2 megapixel front and back camera, but the 7 inch is hit by a VGA front camera, but the back of the 2 megapixel remains the same.

Competition is fierce at Nook's affordable prices Amazon's Kindles are falling to $ 50 during Black Friday or other major shopping holidays. But that also means that people looking for new tablets may have bought a month on Black Friday last month.

Brick and mortar Barnes & Nobles store and a new nook on the site are on sale today

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