Barnes & Noble took the wraps off its newest Nook, a pocket-sized 6-inch version that features a sharper e-ink display and a battery life of up to two months. Barnes & Noble call it the "simple touch reader" for its ease of use.
ZDNet's Rachel King has the details on the $139 e-reader.
Here are the dimensions. It's also 7.5 ounces.
Barnes & Noble boasts that this Nook has way fewer buttons than other e-readers.
The new Nook is thin.
You can read off the new Nook with one hand.
Like other e-books, the new Nook uses a touchscreen.
It has a keyboard.
It supports the Nook Friends lending app which lets you borrow an e-book. It also supports borrowing from libraries.
The font is adjustable. This is the lowest setting.
The largest font setting.