NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight gets an even lower price

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Do you happen to own an e-book reader? For those of you out there who are keen on getting ready way before the intended date, and want to prepare for the school or university year ahead, then check this out – Barnes & Noble has just announced that the NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight would receive a price cut, making this ideal e-book reader more accessible to the masses with a price point of just $99. Yes sir, don’t you think that at that particular price point, it would be more appealing to the masses?

At just $99 a pop, it is available at the nearly 700 Barnes & Noble retail stores nationwide as well as online if shopping via a digital platform is your cup of tea. The NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight is said to be the most versatile reader ever created, and it so happens to be the first designed to address E Ink customers’ number-one request – that is, the ability to read in the dark in bed without having to disturb the other person sharing your bed. Thanks to Barnes & Noble’s innovative lighting technology, the GlowLight is able to shine uniformly across the display, where it can be adjusted with just a touch, letting you control the amount of light that illuminates the device, regardless of whether you are in pitch black darkness or are in a dimly lit room.

Not only that, the NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight tips the scales at under 7 ounces, making it the lightest NOOK to date. Boasting an ergonomic back as well as soft-touch design, it is extremely comfortable to hold with just a single hand, making it ideal for those thrillers that can be difficult to put down, not to mention being extremely easy to bring around. Apart from that, it also comes with a revolutionary built-in screen protector that delivers paper-like reading with no glare, even when you are under bright sunlight. Any takers?

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