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This reader's built-in Wi-Fi wireless networking allows you to download books in seconds so you can enjoy digital books on the go. 2GB of storage space and a microSD memory card slot provide expanded storage.
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6" eInk® Vizplex™ Electronic Paper Display
Reads like a printed page and is clearly visible even in bright sunlight. Swipe the 3.5" color touch screen below to browse your library. Adjustable font size for customized reading.
2GB internal memory
Provides space for storing up to 1500 eBooks or up to 26 hours of audio.
Built-in microSD memory card slot
For accessing eBooks and other digital content stored on microSD memory cards (not included).
Supports a variety of media formats
Including PDF, ePub, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, PDB and MP3 formats.
3.5mm stereo headphone jack
For private listening.
Micro USB 2.0 port
For fast data transfer.
Wi-Fi wireless LAN
Connect to the Internet without wires.
Over 2 million books available wirelessly
Enjoy free access at Barnes & Noble stores and at AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots. Enjoy NOOKbooks free in Barnes & Noble stores.
Lets you share reading with friends. Free NOOK software lets you pick up where you left off on your smartphone or PC.
Up to 10 days of reading
On a single battery charge. Up to 3.5 hours charging time.
A:AnswerNOOK itself does not come pre-loaded with any content. However, the Barnes & Noble eBookstore offers hundreds of thousands of free titles through Public Domain works and many high-quality titles are available for as low as $0.99! Not only does NOOK offer an extensive collection of FREE and low-cost titles, the features of the NOOK device make it stand out from the crowd. With our exclusive LendMe(TM) technology, your daughter can loan eBooks to friends through their BN.COM accounts and her friends can loan her eBooks through their accounts as well.
A:AnswerNOOK supports a wide variety of formats, most common of which are ePub, PDF, and PDB for eBook content, JPEG and GIF for graphics and MP3s for music and audiobooks. If you have content in a supported format from sources other than B&N.COM that you would like to read on NOOK, you can easily load it onto your device through a USB connection to any PC or Mac.
A:AnswerWith NOOK you can connect for FREE inside any B&N store and at any AT&T WI-FI hotspot, which includes McDonalds, Starbucks, and many other locations you likely visit. With NOOK’s touchscreen keyboard, you can also connect to password-protected Wi-Fi networks, and even enter payment information if any is required. However, if you have no WiFi networks accessible and you find content online that you would like to read, you can connect NOOK to any USB 2.0 compatible Mac or PC and sideload supported file types to read on NOOK.
A:AnswerThe built-in 2 GB of internal memory that NOOK ships with will hold, on average, 1500 eBooks. However, you can also upgrade with external micro SD card so you can carry your whole library with you so you can read what you love wherever you like!
A:AnswerThe 3G is the only difference and that basically just gives you the freedom to be in more places to download books. For example, if you go on a lot of vacations, travel a lot, or don't have wireless in your house then you will benefit from the 3G because you are basically connecting to cell phone towers to connect to the Internet and its free.