Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight, Wi-Fi, 2GB, Includes Power Adapter

Enjoy reading even in dimly-lit conditions with this Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch BNRV350 e-reader that features GlowLight technology for instant light that is adjustable at a simple touch. The 2GB capacity allows you to store up to 1,000 e-books. Easiest-to-Use 6 Touchscreen – Open your book, turn pages, make the fonts bigger, look up words, share reading or shop for new books with just a touch. Free Wi-Fi – NOOK connects via thousands of Wi-Fi networks, including FREE access at all Barnes & Noble stores and more than 24,000 AT&T hotspots, like cafes, hotels, and restaurants nationwide. World’s Largest Bookstore – Barnes & Noble – Over 2.5 million titles – new releases, bestsellers – sample for FREE. Borrow Public Library Books – Over 2.5 million NOOK Books not enough? NOOK lets you borrow books in the universally accepted ePub format – so you can borrow and read eBooks from your local library! Screen Protector & Power Adapter Included – NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight includes a power adapter and a pre-installed anti-glare screen protector Extra-Long Battery Life – NOOK’s extra-long battery life is perfect for reading on the go. You can read for over 1 month on just a single charge with GlowLight on.Specifications 6-inch touchscreen w/ 16-level grayscale Built-in, anti-glare screen protector for crisp, clear reading – even in bright sun Best-Text Technology specially optimizes each letter for ultra crisp words Adjustable text with 7 font sizes & 6 font styles Display resolution 800×600 Breakthrough GlowLight Technology illuminates entire screen evenly Wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) 2GB Holds up to 1,000 books (1GB for content; 750 MB reserved for B&N content) Expandable microSD card up to 32GB MicroUSB connector Supported Files Type – ePub5, PDF / Graphic – JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP Battery – Installed rechargeable battery, Last up to 1 month with GlowLight o

Product Features

  • Box Content – eReader, microUSB Cable, Power Adapter, Start Guide, Rechargeable Battery (installed)Features
  • New! Breakthrough GlowLight – This revolutionary built-in reading light delivers optimized illumination never before seen on E Ink displays. So now you can enjoy just-like-paper reading at its best – whether you’re curled up in bed or outdoors in bright sun.
  • Easy-to-Adjust GlowLight – NOOK’s GlowLight turns on instantly and adjusts with just a touch.
  • Perfect for Bedtime Reading – NOOK’s GlowLight illuminates your screen with a soft light that is perfect for bedtime reading.
  • Most-Advanced Reading Screen – The 6 E Ink display lets you experience just-like-paper reading at its best. With exclusive Best-Text Technology, words are super crisp and clear, whether GlowLight is on or off.

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3 Responses to Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight, Wi-Fi, 2GB, Includes Power Adapter

  1. Amazing! All of the bad reviews for this poor device got me a little worried about getting it. Let me clear things up. The guy who said you can’t delete books from the nook is TOTALLY wrong. In your library, all you have to do is double tap the book and hit archive. And to people who say it can’t do as many things as it should, it’s an EREADER. eREADERS are for reading. If you want to listen to music, get an iPod. Last time I checked iPod shuffles are like 50 dollars. Trust me, I’m a musician and i love music too, but the nook without music is fine. The same thing goes for games. You get an ereader to read, not to play games. iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches a great for games. I have a nook and an ipod, an im surviving. Now the only other bad thing I’ve really heard is that the glowlight hassle elope tears and holes in it. I’ve only had mine for a few days so I can’t say whether or not that will happen. So far, it hasn’t.Now, to get the the real point of a review. I find that the nook is very comfortable to hold, and it looks very good. At first I thought the grippy black/ grey paint would attract dust and get things like lint and dog fur stuck to it like silicone cases do, but I was so wrong. The grip makes it very comfortable to hold, and it’s not at all squishy or dust attracting. The indent on the back of the nook makes it even better to hold.The screen looks very good to me, and I love love love the glowlight. I also love how easy it is to dowload library books. You download some adobe program to your computer, find your library on the Internet, and presto! Jus download the book, plug in your nook, and you’re done!Over all, I simply love the nook. It looks great, feels great, and works great. It does exactly what it’s supposed to, nothing more, nothing less.Also, don’t buy the nook from Amazon. They’re charging people 169 when the price anywhere else is 139. Go to Bestbuy, Walmart, or Barnes and Noble.

  2. G. Hadzima "Reader"

    It’s a nice little e-reader I couldn’t wait to upgrade to this product from the Simple Touch that had no light. It has worked well, with no problems. Both Nooks get a little glitchy, I’ve noticed, when the charge starts getting low. I will also say that it’s my impression that downloading from libraries is still relatively new process; haven’t tried it yet myself, and not all libraries even offer the service. I don’t object to the ads; they are not intrusive, and I just don’t look at them if I’m not up for it. However, as with all e-readers, realize that e-books are no bargain, most of the time. Most of the books I’ve read cost about 10 dollars. I’ve downloaded free books from Google e-books that would otherwise have cost a small fortune. It’s nice not to have to find a home for a book that I’ve read but don’t want to keep. With this product, the advantages are that it is lightweight, you can increase/change the font and size, which is a huge advantage if you have vision issues, you don’t accumulate physical books that you don’t want to keep, and the Glowlight at night is fantastic when you want to read when your partner is ready for lights out. I had a clip-on light with the original Simple Touch and it was inconvenient as far as placement, glare, etc. We have a Kindle e-reader as well, and I much prefer the touchscreen on the Nook to the buttons on the Kindle for page turning.

  3. I prefer the Nook Glowlight to the Kindle Paperwhite I am an avid reader and I usually read in bed at night. My wife has to be up very early so she’s trying to sleep while I’m reading. I was previously using a Nook Simple Touch without the glowlight and an M-Edge reading light. It was a good combination, but even on the lowest setting the reading light would create enough ambient light in the room to disturb my wife’s sleep. I thought about getting the glowlight Nook but heard about the Kindle Paperwhite and decided to wait until I could try them both.I bought a Kindle Paperwhite at the same time as the Nook Glowlight and tested both for about 2 weeks. In the end, I decided on returning the Kindle and keeping the Nook. There are a few major reasons why.First, the screen on the Nook is better even though you can easily see the light source at the top. It has a more pleasant color tone for reading at night and other than the lighted spots at the top, the rest of the screen is very even. Not so on the Kindle Paperwhite. It has uneven greenish colored blotches all over the screen which completely detract from your reading experience. I’ve read reviews of others who said they didn’t have this problem, but there are many more which say they see the spots. Also, the lack of physical buttons on the Kindle was a big mistake. The touch screen works wonderfully, but sometimes it’s nice just being able to hold the Nook in one hand and barely move your thumb to make page turns. Getting books on both devices is very easy with a wifi connection or through USB on your computer. I tend to borrow more books from the library than purchase and you just browse your local library website on the computer, then hook up the Nook to transfer files over USB. The Kindle is slightly easier because you can send most library books wirelessly by pushing a “send to Kindle” button after being redirected from your local library’s Overdrive site. Battery life on both devices is excellent and almost to the point where you simply don’t have to think about it. Just charge the device every few weeks and you’ll never have it die on you. Finally, the Nook has the ability to be rooted. For many people, this is a non issue but for me it clinched the win for the Nook. Underneath the Barnes and Noble operating system lies a competent Android tablet that can be unleashed to be much more than just an eReader. You can browse the web, install games like crossword puzzles, try different eReading apps (including Amazon’s Kindle App), and much more.In the end, these are both excellent devices and I’m excited to see the technology advance to a point where many consumers would be thrilled with either offering. For my hard earned money though, I’d go with the Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight.

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