If you are in trouble to choose between the latest Amazon Fire 7 with Alexa or Nook tablet 7, then check out the below analysis to head to your final decision.
All Nook users, how is it going with your dynamic Nook tablet? With the improving competition, Barnes and Noble finally come up with their latest Nook tablet 7 in the market. After the initial adapter issue, the tablet has successfully marked its place in the market along with the top competitors like Amazon Fire 7 tablet with the Alexa voice inability. If you are looking out to purchase any one of them, then you should check out the description given below regarding the recent releases of 2017. Both the tablets are looking great for various reasons.
Amazon Fire 7 with Alexa
The classic tablet of Amazon comes in the two different variants, an 8GB model for $49 and a 16GB version for $69. It has got a seven-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1024*600 and 171 PPI. Apart from this, having a low resolution can make the pixels unclear and very bad for having smooth looking text and also not fine for the images. Besides this, the tablet is a 1.3 GHz quad-core CPU processor and 1GB of RAM.
Well, the most promising thing about the latest Fire 7 is its Alexa ability. This feature was available for the U.S residents for a while on their tablets, but this is the very first time that it has got available for U.K users also. This is the same voice assistant which you all have been witnessing in the company’s Echo smart and Fire TV speaker devices and has got the access to the similar information.
Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet 7
Initially, the Barnes and Noble kick started designing their tablets in 2010 and continued the developing of their hardware before they got into an agreement with Samsung. After a long gap, the company took a page from the playbook of Amazon and then head to design a latest low-cost tablet that they can market for just $50.
The latest version of Nook tablet 7 features a fine seven-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1024 * 600 and 171 PPI. The system also got a quad core 1.3GHz MediaTek CPU along with the 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and it has also got an SD card that has got 128GB additional.
The tablet has got two cameras, a front facing of 2 MP snapper and a rear 5 MP. Even there is also a lineup of dual band wireless internet access, MicroUSB port, single mono speaker, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
In the software section, the tablet is being run the Android 6.0 and has got Google Play. With the fine tablet, you can easily download a million of games and apps. It also renders an improved digital bookstore experience with the B&N Readouts, which has now brought the treasure and enjoyment of the bookstore. The tablet also renders the support of the Nook Profiles, enabling and allowing the families to create up to 6 profiles that will turn out the tablet into an entertainment center and personal reading experience. It will be a great tablet for all the parents out there, as the tablet is also kid-friendly and has got the bunch of kids oriented NOOK content for all the kids to have a fine e-reading experience.
In comparing both the tablets, you will get to know the way on how the shopping experience is played out along with the downloading of the apps, buying of the eBooks or audiobooks. The comparison is just to better your purchasing decision by putting both the tablet on the similar screen.