More price cuts for older Nook Color and Nook Tablet

If you like cheap tablets and don't mind that they are over a year old, you should be happy with what Barnes and Noble has in store. The company has now cut the prices, again, for its older Nook Color and Nook Tablet devices, even as its all new Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets are now officially on sale.

The Nook Color and Nook Tablets got solid price cuts in August, but now the Barnes and Noble web site is showing that the seven inch 8 GB Nook Color is now selling for just $139, $10 cheaper than before. The seven inch, and one year old, Nook Tablet is now selling for $159 for the 8 GB version and $179 for the 16 GB version. Both had price cuts of $20 each.

That leaves the all new Nook Tablet HD, which is a seven inch device that is now officially on sale for $199 (8 GB) and $229 (16 GB). It has a 1440x900 resolution display along with a dual core 1.3 GHz processor running on Android 4.0. The Nook Tablet HD+ has a nine inch 1920x1280 resolution screen and a faster 1.5 GHz processor. It is now on sale for $269 (16 GB) and $299 (32 GB).

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I'm planning on getting my 4 year olds tablets for christmas. Would this tablet work well for them? They currently use my Nexus 7 to occasionally play games and watch movies from my NAS.

Can the Nook Color handle playing video without hesitation? My wife's Kindle can't play movies as it just stutters.

best value I ever got 119$ for a refurb NC. CM7'd it and was great for what it was. A bit laggy but cheap.

I would be thrilled to see nook books on windows store and surface tablets at b&n stores. That would be a great synergy.. Still curious what the big investment from ms is for or was a precursor to.