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November 8, 2011

The Tablet War 2.0 : Kindle Fire vs Nook Tablet



Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet : Processor Comparison


Dimensions Comparison : Amazon  Kindle Vs Nook Tablet

 Ram Comparison : Amazon Kindle Tablet  and Nook




Comparing Storage between :  Amazon Kindle  and Nook  Tablet




Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet Display Comparison


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attery Life Comparison : Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet


The above chart  which shows the " Difference and similarity  “ between  the latest Tablets on the block,  Kindle Fire (Amazon ) and Barnes and Noble  Nook “in terms of features was posted  by  the guys at  Geek.com. Special Thanks To Will Shanklin  , of Geel.com for posting this. As far as software goes, that’s where the Kindle Fire is probably going to be the easy pick. Barnes & Noble is finally labeling this Nook as a tablet, so we could see their app selection grow, but right now their library isn’t as mature as Amazon’s.


Nook Tablet vs Kindle Fire vs Nook Color vs ipad 2







Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet are similar in many ways. They both have 7-inch displays with resolutions of 1024 pixels by 600 pixels, and they both run on heavily customized versions of Android OS from Google (which means that it doesn’t look anything like the stock Android you might be used to). The Kindle Fire is slightly slimmer than the Nook Tablet (Fire 0.45 inches, Nook Tablet 0.48 inches). The Nook Tablet does weigh 5 ounces less than the Fire.
According To PC World On the inside though, Barnes & Noble has packed in more performance into its Nook Tablet than Amazon did with the Fire. The Nook Tablet packs 1GB or RAM, double the amount found on the Fire (512MB), as well as 16GB of on-board storage, again--double of what’s found on the 8GB Kindle Fire. There’s also a MicroSD card slot on the Nook Tablet, notably missing from the Fire, so you can expand the capacity of your Nook with cards up to 32GB.