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Old 11-09-2011, 01:03 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by carld View Post
As an outside (Kindle owner) observer I've been wondering that too. The Kindle Fire made a huge splash, but the new Nook Tablet seems to have only created a few ripples. I think it's a fine tablet, and yet the overall response has been comparatively muted.
If it gets rooted, then it might gain a bigger following. The thing is even had Amazon gone the walled garden route, their garden is much, much bigger than B&N's. For tablets, content availability is a big part of the equation.
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