Monday, April 25, 2011

Nook Color - an eReader turned into a tablet computer

Depending on a school's established vision for educational technology, learning goals, and priorities, the Nook Color at $249 could be a fantastic companion learning computer for some/all students. As reported in a recent article at Mashable, the Nook Color now supports Flash, software app installation, and more. At less than a pound, the Nook color weighs less than the iPad 2.

So in addition to functioning as an eReader, Nook Color tablets are able to browse the web, check email, and install apps--all of this at a fraction of the cost of iPad.

~submitted by Matt


Jole Seroff said...

This sounds awesome! Perhaps I'll order one for the library. From what you say, it's definitely worth checking out.

Matt Montagne said...

I definitely think the Nook Color is worth adding to the stable. I just read about some Graphic Novel books for the Nook Color and they look pretty nice. More on this at:

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