Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK tablet is now available for purchase

The Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK, a tablet born from a collaboration between Samsung and retailer Barnes & Noble, is now available for purchase from Barnes & Noble’s website and from the retailer’s brick and mortar bookstores. The tablet is priced at $179 after a $20 rebate, and is bundled with $200 worth of free content including books, magazines, and TV shows. These include eBooks like Freakonomics, The Wanderer, and I Am Number Four, an episode from the shows Veep, Hannibal, and Orphan Black, and four 14-day trial subscriptions for selected magazines and 12 free issues of a particular magazine. There’s a $5 credit included as well, which you can use to make your first purchase from the Nook Store.

Other than the plethora of content, the hardware on the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK remains the same as the standard variant, including a 7-inch 1280×800 display, quad-core processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a microSD slot, 3-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and up to 10 hours of battery life.


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Hardware more suited for an iPad.. or 2009!

I do my e-reading on my 2K Tabro, Notepro or 1080p Note 3. Anything lower than that gives a migraine in less than 10 minutes.

Letters need to be sharp and crisp for them to be pleasant to read on a screen, not blurry and low-res!


1280×800 display for a tablet aimed largely at e-book readers? Seems like a dumb move to me, looks like a step backwards from the Nook HD+.