Barnes & Noble launching a successor to Nook Tablet?

Barnes & Noble launching a successor to Nook Tablet?

Today is finally the day when Amazon will launch some new “amazing” stuff, and that event will make an impact on their competitors,  forcing them to come up with new ideas and something that is “extraordinary”, and it seems Barnes & Noble is already planning something. According to Engadget’s trusted source, B&N is working on a successor to the Nook Tablet.

It’s rumored that the tablet will be “super light”, and the most exciting thing is that it will feature an “incredible display” with 243 ppi, good enough? Robert Brunner of Ammunition will be handling the designing of the tablet, so you can expect a “big blast” from Barnes & Noble anytime soon.

Amazon event is also live at the moment so tell us: are you planning to grab a new tablet from Amazon or you want to wait and see what B&N got? Or you are happy with your Nexus 7?

Source: Engadget

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