Nook Touch Forums Added
After much talking and tons of requests and useful threads, we are happy to announce that the Barnes & Noble Nook Touch. In case you are not familiar, this is like a regular e-reader with the only difference that it runs on Android. This has to be the only device on Android that can last over a month on a single charge. This already has tons of development on it but due to the lack of a forum, its threads were scattered in the dev area of the Nook Color. The device is already rooted, market enabled, and a few people who have it are happily playing Angry Birds on it already. Don’t expect it to be able to play any graphics intensive app, but it will do the basics.
If you have one already and would like to share your findings, impressions, and overall opinions regarding it, please do it in the new section.
You can visit the B&N Nook Touch home on XDA here.
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