Dimensions
nook is about the same size and weight as a paperback book.
Height: 7.7 inches
Width: 4.9 inches
Depth: 0.5 inches
Weight: 12.1 ounces (343 grams)

Fast & Free Wireless
Download books in seconds.
Free wireless from Barnes & Noble via AT&T, the nation's fastest 3G network. *
Wi-Fi ( 802.11 b/g).
Free Wi-Fi in all Barnes & Noble stores.

Personalized Screen Saver
Customize your nook quickly and easily.
Load your own photos to create personal screen savers.
Keep a gallery of cherished pictures on your nook.

Paper-like Display
The most advanced E ink® Vizplex™ electronic paper display reads like the printed page.
Read in bright sunlight as clearly as inside your home.
Make the font size bigger so it's easy on your eyes.

Expandable Storage
2GB (approximately 1500 eBooks)
Expandable microSD slot

Audio
Use your nook as an MP3 player to listen to audio books or music. nook holds about 26 hours of audio.
MP3 player
Built-in mono speaker
Universal 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack

Connectors
Micro USB connector
Universal 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack
Expandable microSD slot


Color Touchscreen
3.5 inch color touchscreen LCD.
One touch control and navigation.
Swipe to browse your library displayed via full-color book covers.

Powerful Battery
Read for days. You can read for up to ten days without recharging with wireless off.
Installed Rechargable battery.
Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter.
Charging time: 3.5 hours from wall outlet.

Supported File Types
Load these popular formats for eBooks, graphics and audio from your computer or microSD card.
From Barnes & Noble, Fictionwise & eReader
EPUB
PDB
PDF
Other Sources
EPUB (Non or Adobe DRM)
PDB (Non DRM)
PDF
Graphics: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP
Audio: MP3
Not Supported: DOC, LIT, TXT, AMZ (Amazon), LRZ/LRX (Sony)

 
Electronics » Other Electronics » eBook Reader » Nook 1st Edition

Nook 1st Edition

Pros
3G and Wi-Fi connectivity makes the downloading of books a quick process.

Cons
The virtual keyboard is difficult to type upon and responds slowly.

The Verdict
: 7.82/10

With wireless capability and the Android operating system, the Nook 1st Edition is a strong competitor for the best eReader.