Items tagged with nook tablet 7

Believe it or not, Barnes and Noble is still selling Nook devices (remember those?). The Nook Tablet 7 is one of its newer models and if you happen to own one, stop using the included power adapter immediately. Barnes and Noble has issued a recall due to the risk of shock. The company warns that the power adapter's casing can break when plugged into an electrical outlet, thereby exposing its metal prongs and posing a risk of shock. "Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled power adapters and register online for a free replacement adapter along with a Barnes and Noble $5 gift card. Once registered, consumers will be able to print a pre-paid UPS label to return the recalled adapters... Read more...
You might want to think twice before adding Barnes & Noble’s latest tablet to your virtual or physical cart. It has been reported that the Nook Tablet 7 has been found to include ADUPS, which is known for specializing in collecting data from Android users and installing hostile apps. Barnes & Noble departed from its  OMAP/Snapdragon designs and instead contracted Shenzhen Jingwah Information Technology Co., Ltd. The tablet runs MediaTek’s MT8163 ARM Cortex-A53 processor. MediaTek, a low-cost chipmaker, is known for protecting malware from Google security and has actively worked with ADUPS in the past. ADUPS is capable of SMS recording, SMS transmission, IMEI exfiltration, IMSI transmission,... Read more...
In late October, we got our fist peek at a new tablet from Barnes & Noble that is destined to take on the budget Amazon Fire. The tablet broke cover via an FCC filing, but now it has been officially unveiled. The device, called the NOOK Tablet 7, features — you guessed it — a 7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1024x600 (171 ppi). 8GB of storage is onboard, although a microSD slot can accommodate another 128GB for your media needs. Other hardware features include dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n wireless, micro USB 2.0 connectivity, 3.5mm headphone jack, 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera. Barnes & Noble hasn’t officially outed the processor that is running the show, but there’s... Read more...