Barnes & Noble Nook For $199 + Free Shipping, WiFi-only For $149 (updated)

Posted: Jun 21 2010, 11:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 12:36pm CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Best Buy offers the Barnes & Noble nook e-Book Reader for $199.99. Shipping adds $6.99, or opt for free in-store pickup. Even with shipping, that's $52 under our mention three weeks ago (which included a $50 Barnes & Noble gift card) and is the lowest total price we've seen. Sales tax is added where applicable. In addition to its 6" greyscale E Ink display, it also includes a 3.5" touchscreen color LCD for navigation, viewing your e-Book library, and more. It runs Google Android and features 3G wireless (courtesy of AT&T), 802.11g wireless (with free access in Barnes & Noble stores), 2GB internal memory, microSD card slot, e-Book lending, and more.

Update: Barnes & Noble now has it directly for $199 with free shipping. Additionally, a new WiFi-only model is now available for $149 with free shipping.
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