Barnes & Noble’s Answer to the Kindle

The marketing around the Nook, Barnes & Noble’s Answer to the Kindle, has begun, even though the product won’t be sold (for $259) until November. Above, you’ll find a B&N video that demos the features of the new e-book reader. Gizmodo is already giving the Nook some nice reviews. See 8 Reasons You Can Finally Love Ebook Readers (Thanks to Nook). And you can learn more about the Nook’s features over at Engadget.

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  • Name says:

    BN doesn't have high school and college ebooks. Amazon has plenty of text books, college prep books in ebooks format.

    A search for “Schaum's outline” books returned no ebooks in

    BN has long way to catch up on content. Without content, no use of being best ereader.

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