The casing on the tablet's power adapter is faulty, posing an electrical shock risk.
If you’re recently bought a 7" Nook tablet from Barnes & Noble you may be entitled to a replacement power adapter. Device sold over the past few months pose an electric shock hazard. That and more in today’s news. Read more...
If you own a Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet 7, we have a bit of bad news for you. The company is issuing a recall not on the tablet, but the power adapter that it comes with. It was found that the plastic casing on the adapter can break while [...]
Barnes & Noble has issued an official recall of the charging adapters sold with its Nook Tablet 7 device, with instructions provided for how to get a new charger. Until then, owners should charge the device with a PC.
You now have another reason not to buy this tablet. There are plenty of issues with the Barnes & Noble Nook 7 tablet (not the least of which being its questionable software), but B&N is also now issuing a recall of the Nook 7's charger. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble has pulled its latest Nook from sale over safety fears. The Nook Tablet 7 is currently unavailable from the company’s online and physical stores. Furthermore, existing owners of the Nook Tablet 7 are advised not to charge their devices using the supplied adapter. Show More Summary
Bookseller Barnes and Noble has suspended sales of its recently launched $49.99 7-inch Nook tablet, due to a faulty battery charger
Barnes and Noble’s latest Nook device may contain spyware. The Nook Tablet 7 appears to have shipped with ADUPS installed. ADUPS being software capable of collecting and transmitting data back to base. Which, in this case, means China. Show More Summary
The $50 Nook 7 tablet went on sale with a program that quietly sends user data back to a third party. The company says the issue has been addressed.
The update may remove the part where your data goes back to China, but everything else is bad and unchanged. About that $50 Barnes & Noble tablet. You might have heard that researchers working with Linux Journal found that the BNTV450...Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble began outsourcing its Nook e-readers a few years ago after a partnership with Samsung and their latest $50 Nook 7 android tablet, announced last month, shows us how that has worked out for them. Their latest e-reader includes ADUPS, a firmware that sends user data back to the manufacturer or an interested hacker. Show More Summary
If all you're looking for is an e-reader, then maybe $50 isn't that bad. Maybe. Possibly. The Nook 7 from Barnes & Noble is $50. That may be the best thing I have to say about it. It's not particularly fast. (Or fast at all.) The display isn't anything to write home about. Show More Summary
After a 2013 decision to exit the tablet business, Barnes & Noble is back with its cheapest Nook yet.
Our Favorite Deal: The Samsung Galaxy Tab A NOOK (page 2) will be $99.99 (reg. $139.99) during this sale. You save 29% off the retail price for this tablet, plus it ships free. The post Barnes and Noble 2016 Black Friday Ad appeared first on Frugal Buzz.
Barnes & Noble has released a new Nook tablet to compete with Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Near the end of October, Barnes and Noble’s newest tablet made the FCC rounds, pointing to a bit of a change of pace for the book seller when it comes to its tablet efforts. Namely, the inclusion of Google Play Services. And sure enough, that is indeed the case. Barnes & Noble has made [...]
Chris Meadows writes, "Barnes & Noble is coming out with a $50 Nook Android tablet, with hardware specs similar to Amazon's $50 Fire. The kicker is, this new Nook tablet will run plain-vanilla Android 6.0 Marshmallow and include the full suite of Google Play apps--unlike the Fire, which only permits installation of those apps Amazon deems suitable. Show More Summary
Barnes & Noble has officially announced its new 7-inch NOOK tablet. The $49.99 device with Android 6.0 Marshmallow is going after the similar Amazon Fire.