Amazon Kindle Fire is probably one of the most popular 7 inch tablet in the market. Aside from it’s portable design, this device is priced less than $200, making it a great alternative from an iPad or other android tablet.
If you’re not too interested with Kindle Fire, then you can turn your attention to it’s competitor, the Nook Tablet. This device is the latest invention of Barnes and Noble. Both Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet are worked under Android platform. They’re also offered at similar price. In order to own the Nook Tablet, you have to pay for $249 or $50 more expensive than Kindle Fire.
That $50 difference might be the main reason why Nook Tablet has failed to overshadowed Kindle Fire last year. That’s why the company decided to come out with cheaper version this year. The new model will be shipped with 8GB internal data storage. The original Nook Tablet posses 16GB internal memory, so it seems like Barnes and Noble aim to cut some budget and price by reducing the tablet’s data space.
We have no idea about it’s pricing scheme, but we believed that it will be priced quite similar to Kindle Fire‘s $199. According to The Verge, which posses a leaked snapshot of Barnes and Noble internal document, the 8GB Nook Tablet will be released on February 22. So we should be able to find out more information about this tablet on that day.