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    Quote Originally Posted by sorli View Post
    That's a good point...we bought the Nook Color for $149. Great price and much smoother interface and transitions. I'm also hoping HP makes a smaller PalmPad at a pricepoint similar to the Nook Color. Though $149 is not a bunch of money to build tech devices.

    Sorli...
    Where did you get a Nook Color for $149.00??
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkY View Post
    My wife bought me a Nook Color for my birthday which I promptly rooted to run full Android. It's a great, inexpensive tablet and a very good ereader considering it is backlit. In fact, I'm posting this from it.
    The Nook Color can be a really inexpensive and nice Android tab:
    Nook Color rooted -- Turns $250 e-reader into an affordable Android tablet

    They just ported the early Honeycomb to it:
    Honeycomb booting on the Nook Color!

    But other great options are the free Nook, Kindle and Google Books apps: 1,000,000 free books. They work great on a 4"+ screen and you always have your books with you.
    Last edited by milominderbinder; 01/29/2011 at 09:19 AM.
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