Tablets Touch Screen
November 28, 2011 by staff
Released just this month, the Amazon Kindle Fire ($199) and the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet ($249) are working to create a new niche for e-readers. These tablet-like color touchscreen devices can also browse the Web, access e-mail and stream a catalog of video programming.
Given their lower prices, the new e-readers even have some consumers rethinking an iPad 2 purchase.
Both the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet run a version of Google’s Android mobile platform, which means they can run a limited set of apps designed for the operating system. Amazon and Barnes & Noble handpicked the apps that can be used on their readers. So in addition to being useful for reading and Web browsing, the e-readers can let users play popular games like “Angry Birds” and “Plants vs. Zombies.”
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