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Pandigital Novel Review: Nook or Kindle cheaper

The Pandigital Novel is yet another eReader coming to the market, but how does it compare to the range of other such devices already on the market? It has the best of both worlds, the user will be able to read eBooks and you even get a lite version of Google Android. However, the downside is its price – $180, which as you know the Nook and Kindle are cheaper.

Joanna Stern from Engadget has spent some time with the new device and thought she would offer a detailed review, one thing that she points out before she gets going is the fact that it comes with access to the Barnes & Noble’s e-book store.

The Pandigital Novel comes with a color 7-inch touchscreen, and 2GB of internal memory. However, Stern still has a few reservations about the device, which she aims to discuss in the review — but what could they be?

The first issue was when she tried to read a complete novel, the second was the issue with its build quality, thirdly is its poor touchscreen technology. However, but the worst thing is its high price — the one thing that could affect sales. For a complete review visit Engadget.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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