Barnes & Noble Nook 10.1" is a new reading tablet (really) for $130
The tablet is available for preorder now and will come out Nov. 14.
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The bookseller said Monday the Nook 10.1" has a bigger display than any of its previous models and can be used for reading, taking photos and sending emails. The tablet -- with a 10.1-inch display -- is available for preorder now for $130 and will come out Nov. 14.
The tablet has 32GB of storage space, according to Barnes & Noble's press release, as well as front and rear cameras, a headphone jack, Bluetooth, and pogo pins that can connect the tablet to a Nook keyboard or charging dock.