CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Even after a handful of software updates from both manufacturers, we're still awarding the Nook Tablet a slightly higher rating, thanks largely to its hardware advantages: a better screen, expandable storage, and the inclusion of some convenient physical controls such as a volume control and a home key. So, does that mean you should definitely choose the Nook Tablet over the Kindle Fire?. The answer, somewhat frustratingly, is, "It depends.".
To help clarify which device is best for each consumer, here's a quick breakdown, The screen: The Nook Tablet's screen uses the same 1,024x600-pixel resolution found on the Kindle Fire, but it looks better to our eyes, Just like on the Nook Color, Barnes & Noble made an effort to eliminate the gap between the LCD panel and the glass above it, giving images and text a crisper look, Apps also appear to fit the screen's resolution better than on the Kindle Fire, ua protect grip case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - tourmaline teal/desert sky perhaps because of the differences in how the devices eat into the screen real estate with their own menus and navigation elements, The Netflix app, in particular, looks much better on the Nook Tablet than on the Kindle Fire, though this may change as updates roll out..
Room to expand: Yes, it's annoying that the Nook Tablet doesn't hand over all of its storage capacity to user content. The 8GB version only reserves 4GB of space for dragged-and-dropped user content (basically audio andvideo files), while the 16GB model currently offers only 1GB of storage for user content. Barnes & Noble has stated that owners of the 16GB model will be offered an option mid-March to increase the Nook Tablet's memory allocation up to 8GB for side-loaded content. No matter how you slice it, Nook Tablet owners have the option to invest $15 to $25 in a removable microSD card, allowing up to 32GB of your own content.
Kids' books: Barnes & Noble has championed color e-books for kids since the introduction of the Nook Color in 2009, The Nook Tablet's integrated microphone allows parents to record as they read to their children, Magazines: The selection of subscription and single-issue magazines on the Nook Tablet looks better than what's available through Amazon, Most of the available magazines preserve the design of the ua protect grip case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - tourmaline teal/desert sky print edition's layout, creating a reading experience closer to the real thing, A more traditional tablet interface: As with most Android tablets, the Nook Tablet's home screen acts like a virtual desktop that you can customize with your favorite items and spread across multiple pages, The Kindle Fire doesn't allow as much home screen customization, though some may prefer the simplicity of its one-page home screen..
Battery life: Battery testing is still in progress but it would seem that Barnes & Noble has a decisive lead. In-store service and benefits: Walk into any Barnes & Noble store with your Nook Tablet and you can take advantage of pricing specials, book previews, free Wi-Fi, and in-person support. Price: You can save money by buying the $199 8GB Nook Tablet, but it comes at the cost of extra storage, and half the system RAM--features that really helped set Nook Tablet apart. That said, the $50 premium you're paying for the 16GB Nook Tablet isn't chump change. Read CNET's "Is the 8GB Nook Tablet Worth $200?" for a more in-depth take on the merits of Barnes & Noble's two Nook Tablets.
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