Barnes & Noble Introduce All-New, Android-Powered NOOK

And there you have it, another NOOK from Barnes & Noble. Officially unveiled this morning at a New York press event, the Simple Touch Reader, features a 6-inch touchscreen with E Ink Pearl technology and a a “best-in-class” battery life, with 2-month stand by time. The new NOOK weighs 35% less than the First Edition and comes in 15% thinner as well. In terms of actual specs, there’s an 800MHz processor (TI OMAP3), Wi-Fi connectivity, 2GB built-in memory, and a microSDHC slot. Like its predecessors, this model has Android (2.1) running things from inside. Look for the All-New NOOK at Barnes & Noble stores for $139 once it goes on sale June 10th.

Guess that means we’ll be reporting on this getting rooted on or around the 10th.

Read more at Barnes & Noble’s website.

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  • Anonymous

    Will it run Honeycomb?  :p

    • Theweakend

      One way to find out… root it!

      Also correct me if I am wrong but I think this it’s the first android device with a black and white only display

  • Anonymous

    Let’s root this sucker so we can run the Kindle app from it.

    😉

  • http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/ Skyman

    it seems that there is nothing on it