Originally Posted by david_e
But Amazon doesn't make any money on their devices, so they say, so they shouldn't be included.
As Barnes & Noble only attempts to make money and has yet to figure out how, I don't know if I can accept that either.
On the other hand, I'm feeling uncharacteristically giddy, so it might just be the chocolate talking.
The bottom line is that a consumer can pick a 7.9" 1024x768, 512MB RAM at $329 (mini) or a 9" 1920x1280 1GB RAM and SD expansion at $269 (Nook HD+). Apple like to play the numbers games (at least when it's in their favour), so what about
- Nook has twice the RAM
- Nook has 25% more surface area
- Nook has 312% more pixels
- Nook has 57% more pixels per inch
- Nook has SD expansion
- Nook comes at 81% of the cost of the mini