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gb18
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Nook HD+ Revisited

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TnTexas
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Re: Nook HD+ Revisited

I think that's a fair review. I agree with the last statement - it's a combination of the price and the addition of the Google Play Store that make the HD line worth looking at for those who aren't diehard B&N enthusiasts.

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dhaupt
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Re: Nook HD+ Revisited

I just bought one and convinced some of the K users I know to upgrade because of the super low price and we all got in on free $20.00 gift cards too.