UK Nook HD and HD+ Release Date Announced; Pre-orders already Available

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Barnes & Noble is finally bringing its Nook lineup for the UK customers, as the Nook Simple Touch Glowlight, Nook Simple Touch, Nook HD and HD+ are being ready for you. The first two devices are being already available for those interested in getting a new Nook e-reader, while the highly-expected HD and HD+ will be released next month.

Anyway, that’s not all, as if you take a look over B&N’s UK official website, you will be able to notice that the Nook HD and HD+ can be pre-ordered, meaning that you can be among the first customers to receive the Android based devices. As mentioned, the release date for the mentioned tablets is next month, on November 22nd, to be more precise.

Now, the Nook Simple Touch Glowlight can be yours by heading to the same website mentioned above (or from several UK stores), its price being £109. Also, for those who prefer the classic Nook Simple Touch, the e-reader is being offered for only £79. As you might know, the devices comes with a big 6 inch display, along with 2 GB of internal storage memory, microSD card support and with the already default WiFi b/g/n.

As for the Nook HD, the UK customers can start pre-order one for the price tag of £159, or £189 depending on the version you will choose: the 8 GB, or the 16 GB one. Also, the Nook HD+ can be pre-ordered, its price being a little bit higher: £229 for the 16 GB variant and £269 for the 32 GB version.

As you know the Nook HD specs are including 7 inch display and a 1.3GHz TI OMAP 4470 dual-core processor while the Nook HD+ is coming with a larger screen with 1,920 x 1,280 display resolution and with a 1.5 GHz TI OMAP 4470 dual-core processor. Both devices are featuring the same OS, the Android 4.0 ICS system.

So, now you can choose the e-reader that suits with your demands the best. Remember that the UK Nook HD and HD+ release date is November 24th, the pre-orders being already available. Feel free and share your opinions with us by using the comments area from below.