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The New Nook: A Colorful Hybrid

Barnes & Noble today took the wraps off the latest iteration of its Nook, revealing an e-reader with a lot more color and a distinct resemblance to a tablet computer. Gone is the monochrome e-ink display, replaced by a 7-inch, full-color LCD touchscreen with 1024 x 600 resolution. Under the hood, the Nook Color is an Android tablet, equipped with Wi-Fi for Web and social network duty and able to run apps like Pandora and Lonely Planet (included) plus whatever comes out of the new Nook Developer program. Price: $249. Shipping date: Nov. 19.

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About Voices

Along with original content and posts from across the Dow Jones network, this section of AllThingsD includes Must-Reads From Other Websites — pieces we’ve read, discussions we’ve followed, stuff we like. Six posts from external sites are included here each weekday, but we only run the headlines. We link to the original sites for the rest. These posts are explicitly labeled, so it’s clear that the content comes from other websites, and for clarity’s sake, all outside posts run against a pink background.

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