Nook GlowLight Review
Kindle seems to have marketed the corner on eBook Readers, but Nook isn’t going without a fight. The Nook GlowLight is one of the best eBook Readers on the market now.
Nook GlowLight: Overall
Best for: Those who want a solid eBook Reader that doesn’t cost a fortune.
Pros: No advertising, cheaper price, holds good amount of books.
Cons: Doesn’t offer 3G data connectivity option.
Nook GlowLight: Price
The Nook GlowLight is $99, which is a great price for what it offers, compared to its competition.
Nook GlowLight: Stats
- Resolution: 758×1024, 212 dpi
- Display Size: 6 inches
- Front-lit display
- Holds up to 2,000 books
- Battery Life: 56 days
- Weight: 7.3 ounces
Nook GlowLight: Best Features
Nook is one of the only eBook readers that does not include advertising, which means you can read uninterrupted. It also holds 1,000 more books than the Kindle Paperwhite, which is its direct competitor.
Nook GlowLight: Book Selection
Nook GlowLight has access to the entire Barnes and Noble digital library, which is quite extensive, but is not as inclusive as Amazon’s. You can also “borrow” library books on the Nook.