Barnes & Noble Nook Color

6.0
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Reviewed by zen933k (Currently owns)

When it first appeared on the scene, it was a real option for those of us who want a 7" tablet/Reader. My version was quickly stripped of B&N's Android and replaced with Cyanogenmod 7. As an Android tablet it performs very well. Flash, browsing, Netflix and access to Android Market. The biggest complaint is the touch screen which is prone to phantom touches and erratic behavior when dirty. There are apps to help re-calibrate the screen but it is still a minor annoyance. Now available used or new for between 80$-140$, the feel and design are nice balance for portability and functionality. I would recommend this tablet if you're on a budget.

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  • Display 5
  • Speakers 5
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  • Software 6
  • Battery life 5
  • Ecosystem 8
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