Nook Simple Touch and Simple Touch GlowLight launch in the UK
Barnes & Noble is also unveiled new Simple Touch readers in the UK. One is called simply the Nook Simple Touch and the other is called the Simple Touch GlowLight. The difference between the two tablets is that the GlowLight has a backlight for reading in the dark.
Both of the readers weigh under 200 g and have 2 GB of integrated storage. One gigabyte of storage is reserved for user content with 750 MB for Barnes & Noble content. Pricing for the tablets is £79 for the Simple Touch and £109 for the GlowLight version.
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