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Color Nook

On Sat, Dec 25, 2010 at 12:27:59PM -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> I am possibly considering a color nook. I would prefer a Galaxy Tab, but
> it is too expensive for now. In any case, can the Nook download and read
> Kindle format ebooks since I got a couple of ebooks for Hannukkah. The
> Kindle would serve my purpose, but I like the features of the Color
> Nook. I know that there are Android Kindle Apps, but I'm not sure if you
> can get a Kindle app for the Nook (without rooting it). The only
> negative I have seen on the Color Nook is the battery life in terms of 8
> hours vs. days for the Kindle and B&W Nook.

Without rooting it, or waiting for the theoretical Android 2.2 +
Market upgrade, no.

After you root it, yes, you can run the Amazon Kindle app.


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