The Updated Nook HD+ Is Still Fighting The Tablet Wars

The Updated Nook HD+ Is Still Fighting The Tablet Wars

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New The Nook HD+ came out last December to mixed reviews. The device had a great screen but problematic bugs caused laggy performance and low scores. The company has come out with an updated version and we took a look. The 9-inch Nook HD+ is a Retina-quality tablet with a very...
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