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Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet BNTV250 (16 GB HDD)(Certified Refurbished)

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By Danielle C. Beglyakov on November 27, 2012
When I first heard about the Nook Tablet, I thought it was just "another tablet". I had heard about other poor tablets, and I thought that this was just one of many. But after looking into it a little, I found out that it was more than "another tablet". At that time, I was originoly gunna get a normal Kindle Fire (they didn't have the new HD ones then). It sounded really cool. But after looking into both of them some more, I found out that the Nook Tablet was like sooo much better than the Kindle Fire. Heres some of them:

STORAGE: The Nook Tablet comes with 8 or 16gb of internal storage, with expandable memory up to 32gb via a MicroSDHC card. The Kindle Fire is only available with only 8gb of internal memory, and theres no Memory card slot, making the Nook Tablet having more flexable storage fetures.

WEIGHT: I'v held both the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet before, and the Nook Tablet was like 2 times lighter, though in reality its only about 4 or 5 ounces light.

PERSONOLIZATION: On the Nook Tablet, your able to change the backround of the homescreen and arrange the books, apps, and other content werever you want on it. On the Kindle Fire, it has no such feture.

PROSESSER: I looked it up, and the Nook Tablet acully loads content faster than the Kindle Fire.

DISPLAY: The Kindle Fire display is the stander LCD display, which isn't the best quality display. The Nook Tablet, on the other hand, has a specal display called vividview, with is much higher quality than the kindle Fire.

NAVAGATION: The Nook Tablet Has a button right below the screen that Brings up a row of virtual buttons at the bottom of the screen that will take you to werever you want to go on Your Nook Tablet. The Kindle Fire, on the other hand, only has a button that brings you to the homescreen which could be a bit of a nusiance.

So, with all these fetures brought out, it seemes like the Nook Tablet outrankes the Kindle Fire by a longshot.
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For Christmas we offered to buy our kids Kindles, knowing they'd be helpful in their classes - high school & college. (They have computers, but don't take them to class) They were really excited about it, so that's what we did ... & they're still working well!
However, our younger son, feeling left out said he wanted a Nook Tablet. We've really liked our Kindles - so we tried to talk him into that, but he wanted a nook! So, for Christmas we bought him a Nook 16 gb Tablet.
At first he loved everything about it, but before too long hr realized in order to get anything from B&N - even free content, he had to have an account with a valid CREDIT CARD attached to the account! There was NO way we were going to do that! It bothered me that he couldn't get FREE CONTENT (and I'm talking about books, not special content they might offer once in a blue moon!) WITHOUT A CREDIT CARD!
I called B&N and talked to several people at varying levels of authority, and they all said there was no way around it, and I should just attach my credit card or get him a secured credit card. WHAT?! He's a pre-teen! That's crazy! And even crazier for them to have the gall to tell me something like that!
So, he continued to enjoy his tablet until one day it just quit working! He was SO upset, he'd bought one of the expensive B&n cases out of his own money, he was very careful with his Nook, & had things on there he really didn't want to lose!
We'd had a bad experience with a Nook Color, so I was very reluctant to pursue this through B&N. Actually today I'm going to borrow a charger, hoping that's the only problem. If not, I'll have to find out if they still replace products sent in on warranty only with refurbs - like they did with the previous products.
I hope the charger works - fingers crossed!
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