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The Nook Tablet in a nutshell

November 9, 2011

Peter Kafka at All Things D wrote an article about Nook Tablet cloud confusion, like what I thought of the Barnes & Noble’s tablet cloud-service offering. He even triple-checked it with B&N’s PR reps, and here’s his conclusion:

Product claims aside, the real story behind the mixed messaging seems to be that B&N still fundamentally views the Nook as a reading device which will let you read the stuff it sells. And you will be able to store lots of that stuff on the Nook, which means you won’t need Internet access to get it.

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