It's a battle for Prizefight supremacy in the red-hot e-reader market! Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite goes for the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight's jugular. Which will survive?
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Amazon brings its newest Kindle Paperwhite to the red hot e-reader market, where the Nook Simple Touch has been the reigning Prizefight champ. Who will reign supreme in this battle for bragging rights?
The e-reader battle is far from over with Barnes and Noble's Nook Simple Touch looking to take down the established Amazon Kindle Touch. Who will reign supreme?
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The e-book reader's second price cut in the past year may be a precursor to a product refresh this fall.
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As part of the bookseller's Discovery Weekend, you'll be able to pick up its Nook-branded Samsung tablets for $50 or $100 less.
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