Although tablets have become increasingly popular due to their versatility, there’s still a dedicated fanbase for Barnes and Noble NOOK. If you are one of those customers, then you’ll be glad to know that the company has announced that it’s partnering with Lenovo to bring in a new version of NOOK.
Before you get super excited, you should know that the new version is an Android Tablet that comes with pre-loaded Barnes and Noble bookstore.
Barnes and Noble explains, “Lenovo tablets lead the way for family-first entertainment with fast connectivity and powerful performance with octa-core processor featuring an up-to-2.3 GHz main frequency. The NOOK 10-inch Tablet with Android OS is a multimedia hub with a vibrant 10.1-inch HD IPS display for responsive touch and browsing. The new device has 32GB of storage with the option to expand with a microSD card, allowing readers to build an extensive digital library.”
“A long-lasting battery for up to 10 hours of web browsing on a single charge will keep you up-and-running as you shop for all your favorite reads on the Barnes and Noble app. NOOK users have a vast library of eBooks at their fingertips, including more than one million books under $4.99, plus the added benefit of free in-store support in accordance with local safety protocols.”
While the new tablet is unlikely to lit the world on fire, the device will still be considered by Android fans who are looking to purchase a new tablet. The device is surprisingly affordable with at just $129.99. The device will be available to purchase from the beginning of April.