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dubes
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Registered: ‎10-06-2010
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New Nook

The new nook will be out soon.  I wonder how it will be different?  The new FCC approvals from July should be a tip off, but they don;t have much for detail.

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icebike
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Registered: ‎11-30-2009

Re: New Nook

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That July nook has already hit the shelves.  If your FCC ID ends in -1 and your model number ends in a -01 you ALREADY have that model.

 

It is simply a RE-Radio-ing of the first nook with a cheaper less power-hogging radio,

No new specifications.  It even says so in the FCC postings.

 

You've posted this mis-information in BOTH of your posts.  You've only made TWO posts, and they are both wrong.  Please read the FCC documents carefully.