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Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review

Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+

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Following suit, the NOOK HD+ is also lacking cameras, which is something that some people might not be bothered by – especially taking into account how obnoxious you can look trying to snap a shot with something so ginormous. On the other end of the spectrum, though, it’s certainly not helping the tablet’s overall feature set, as many full-sized tablets sport both front and rear cameras.


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Yet again, there’s nothing different with the NOOK HD+’s music player, which is rather dull and straightforward with its presentation. Luckily, the audio quality of its speaker resonates loudly at the loudest volume setting – with no evidence of distortion too. However, it comes off just a teeny bit sharp to the ear.

Music player - Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review
Music player - Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review

Indeed, it strains with certain tasks, but there’s no problem when it comes to playing high definition videos. Not only does it have support for a wide array of video codecs out of the box, but it’s also worth mentioning that you can link your UltraViolet account to stream, download, and purchase video content.

Playing videos with the Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ - Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review
Playing videos with the Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ - Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review
Playing videos with the Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ - Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ Review


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Display9.0 inches, 1920 x 1280 pixels (256 ppi) IPS LCD
Hardware
TI OMAP4470, Dual-core, 1500 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9 processor
1 GB RAM
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