Barnes & Noble in competition with Amazon, recently brought its $50 NOOK Tablet with the same advantage that you get for $50 fire tablet. But now the company have launched another device which is solely for reading. It is called NOOK GlowLight 3 and is available on Barnes & Noble’s website at the price of $120.
The NOOK GlowLight 3 has 6-inch E Ink display and features a physical button for turning the pages. It comes with new front light which changes the colors to make reading in the dark more comfortable.
New Nook eReader has 300 dpi display and comes with 8GB of storage. Its battery can keep it alive for up to 50 days with normal use. The connectivity features of eReader include 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi and a micro USB port.
However it lacks SD card and waterproofing. But it’s still a pretty good option for B&N users who want to read purchased titles. While you can also read other DRM-free or Adobe DRM-Laden books on this eReader.
At $120 price, the GlowLight 3 is much competitive with Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. Amazon lacks the page turn button on its Kindle Paperwhite, has half space of as much available in GlowLight 3, and has a light that does not change colors. In addition, Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite also requires you to pay extra $20 to remove ads from lock screen.