Nook Tablet vs. Kindle Fire: Battle of the cheap tablets

By , Network World |  Networking, Amazon, Barnes & Noble

The bottom line: In reviewing the Nook's basics, we see that the device only comes out on top of the Kindle Fire in two key categories: its battery life and its weight. The Kindle Fire, meanwhile, can take advantage of Amazon's extensive cloud capabilities in a way that Barnes & Noble just can't match right now. Until B&N figures out a way to truly differentiate the Nook, there just isn't a compelling reason to choose the Nook over the Kindle Fire if you're in the market for a $199 tablet.

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