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Barnes & Noble nook is an electronic book reader developed by Barnes & Noble, based on the Android platform. The device was announced in the United Statesmarker on , and is expected to be released by for . The nook will compete with the Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader, and other readers, and will include Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G wireless connectivity, a six inch E Ink display, and a separate, smaller color touchscreen that serves as the primary input device.


The nook is the first electronic book reader to be based on the Android platform (which was initially developed by Google), and has a MicroSD expansion slot for extra storage. One differentiating feature of the nook is the "LendMe" feature: some books are licensed by their publishers for sharing. In those cases, the purchaser is permitted to share a book once, with one other user, for up to two weeks. Users will be able to share purchased books with others who are using Barnes & Noble's reader application software for iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac, and Windows.


The nook was made available for pre-order in the United Statesmarker for following its launch on and is expected to begin shipping on . Barnes & Noble has said the device will be available on for demonstrations in its stores. Due to the large amount of Pre-orders there are now four different ship dates depending on when customers ordered Nook. The first shipment will arrive as planned on November 30th, the second shipment will arrive on December 7th, the third shipment on December 18th, and the most recent shipment will arrive on January 4th. The multiple ship dates are the result of a larger than expected demand for Nook and the impossibility to fill all the orders by November 30th.

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