Samsung and Barnes & Noble delivers new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK
Samsung and Barnes & Noble have come together to work on a new tablet that has finally made its way over to the masses, where this new tablet is known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK. Before we get into the nitty gritty and all of the other details, what are some of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK that might warrant more than just a passing interest for those who are in the market for a brand new tablet? For starters, this is the first full featured Android-powered tablet that has been specially optimized for readers, where it will bring together a complete tablet experience alongside an expansive collection of reading and entertainment content, all for just $179 a pop after an instant rebate, not to mention letting you get started right out of the box with over $200 worth of free popular NOOK content.
This 7” tablet will merge Samsung’s leading technology and NOOK’s extraordinary content and reading experience. Available in over 660 Barnes & Noble bookstores as well as through online channels if you prefer to get your shopping done without having to run into a single human soul. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK was designed for those who love to read in all forms, and yet would also want the added flexibility of using the very same device to perform other tablet-centric functions, including browse the Web, watch videos, and enjoy some apps during times of tension, among others.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK comes across as an easy-to-hold tablet, where it measures all of just 7” across horizontally, sporting an ultra-light premium tablet design. It will also carry similar hardware specifications as that of the regular Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 (as well as the Galaxy Tab 4 Education), and is far thinner and lighter compared to other color NOOK devices, tipping the scales at 9.74 ounces with a thickness of 0.35 inches. Sporting a crisp, brilliant and beautiful HD display, your eyes will definitely find it a joy to dance across the words and images that are shown off.