The Nook Simple Touch Glowlight eReader launches in the UK on 29th October 2012.
Its available in most hight street technology stores in the uk. Both the Nook Simple Touch and Nook Simple Touch Glowlight with built-in lights are on sale now for £79 and £109, available from John Lewis, Argos, Blackwell’s, Waitrose, Asda and Sainsbury’s.
Features of the new Nook e-reader:
Just-Like-Paper Reading Experience.
NOOK’s best-in-class E Ink® display is easy on the eyes, with text as crisp and clear as a printed page. The 16-level gray scale display offers great contrast with no glare or backlight so you can read with ease, even in bright sunlight.
Over 2 Million Titles – at a click away.
Browse and buy from their extensive collection of over 2 million books, including more than a million free titles and most books priced at $9.99.
Endless Shelf Space.
With 2GB of memory, NOOK stores up to 1,500 books, magazines and newspapers.
Read for Days.
They stated that you can read up to 10 days.
Stay in Sync Across Multiple Devices.
Automatically sync the last page you read on your NOOK or NOOK app with another. For instance, if you stop reading on a certain page on your NOOK, you’ll automatically open to the same exact place on your iPad, iPhone or Android-based smartphone using our FREE NOOK apps.
Stay Organized with “My Shelves”
You can organise you Nook exactly you have the paper book as you can put them in shelves or categories.
Password Protect Your NOOK.
Your NOOK can now be secured in two ways to prevent unauthorized use. First – you can set up your NOOK to lock when it goes into sleep mode, then unlock it with a pass code. Second – you can require a password to purchase content, so others using your NOOK cannot buy anything without your permission.
It is Wi-Fi enabled and also has build-in dictionary. NOOK lets you highlight any word from the book you are reading and look it up instantly in its built-in dictionary. Thinking about another word you may have come across? Just type it in and look it up.
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