We're not sure if the resolution is a typo on B&N's part (it shows up repeatedly in marketing literature), but even if it's supposed to read 1920x1200 or 1920x1080, it compares favorably with the Kindle Fire HD 8.9". The Nook HD+ features more storage for $30 less on the 16GB model and $70 less on the 32GB SKU, plus it also has a microSD card slot. Finally, unlike the Kindle Fire models, there are "no annoying ads," B&N points out, referring to Amazon's Special Offers that are beamed to the Kindle Fire HD's lock screen.
What do you think about the Nook HD and HD+?
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