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They won’t come right out and say it, but a recent price cut on the Nook Tablet family can only mean one thing, Nexus 7’s are back in stock. The Barnes and Noble devices aren’t even close to being the best Android tablet option out there these days, however for those invested in the B&N platform they are still a very capable device. Additionally, if reading is going to be your primary use for a tablet, these budget devices will fit the bill quite nicely.
The price of the Nook Color drops from $169 to just $149.
The Nook 8GB Tablet drops from $199 to $179.
The Nook 16GB Tablet drops from $249 to $199.
It’s worth reminding users however that the lion share of spare capacity of these tablets have been reserved by the operating system for B&N content only, so if you are looking for a tablet that you can load up with your own content, the Nook probably won’t be your best choice.