Barnes & Noble has recently introduced the all new Nook Tablet in an 8 GB version. This new guy in town can easily be dubbed as a competitor to the already existing Kindle Fire from Amazon, a gadget that shares the same memory and price. The company had launched the Nook Tablet last year in a 16GB version but the steep price of $250 on it rendered the gadget rather wry in the market.
The Nook Tablet now wears the cheaper price tag of $200. Even the price on the Nook Color (somewhere between an e-ink reader and full blown tablet) has been lowered down to $170. Moreover, the e-reader scores high on other specs such as giving users access to Barnes and Noble’s curated app store, movies from Netflix and a good screen for reading stuff.