ConsumerReports: The Nook Touch tops e-reader scoring table

ConsumerReports says that for the first time ever, a Kindle isn't leading their e-reader scoring table- the Nook Touch is. The Nook scores 1 point above the Kindle in the 6-to-7-inch category. Both Kindle and Nook score the same on battery life and cost, the Nook is better because it has minimal fuss, touch display and e-book loan support (this will come to the Kindle soon too)

Nook Touch photo

The Nook Touch has a 6" 800x600 Pearl E Ink display that supports touch, 2GB of internal memory, a microSD slot and a micro-USB connector. It supports ePub and PDF file formats and weights 226 grams. It's now shipping for $139.

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