Barnes & Noble NOOK Color Ebook Reader WiFi 7" VividView Color Touch Screen
Stunning 7-inch color touchscreen
Magazines & newspapers in rich color
Kids' books come alive
Over 2 million titles at your fingertips
Get social, surf the web, play games, even listen to music
VividView™ Color Touchscreen
Reading is more amazing than ever on our stunning 7-inch VividView™ Color Touchscreen. NOOK Color uses best-in-class technology to display more than 16 million colors and an extra wide viewing angle for personal or shared reading.
Over 2 Million Books
You'll never be without something wonderful to read. NOOK Color offers the largest selection of titles with new ones arriving every day. One million FREE books are ready for instant download and you can sample books FREE before you buy. Most titles are $9.99 or less and are ready to read in just seconds.
Your Favorite Magazines and Newspapers - All in Vivid Color
NOOK Color is the first reading device to offer all your newsstand favorites in rich, full color. From Us Weekly and Elle to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal - NOOK Newsstand delivers your morning paper and latest magazines right to your NOOK Color, ready to read in an amazing new way
Stories Come to Life
For the first time, enjoy hundreds of kids' picture books with our state-of-the-art NOOK Kids reading experience. Exclusive Alive Touch™ technology lets your child interact with words and pictures, easily find a favorite story, even have it read aloud. Enjoy classic favorites and the most popular new releases.
Music & More with NOOK Extras™
Listen to music while you read. Load your own MP3s and play on the built-in music player or enjoy tunes from Pandora® internet radio. Other extras: Crossword Puzzles, Sudoku and Chess, with more on the way. Want to create new NOOK Extras™ ? Find out more about NOOK Developer here.
Exclusive LendMe™ Technology
Swapping books with friends has always been a big part of reading and NOOK Color makes it even easier and more fun to do. For the first time on NOOK Color, Barnes & Noble's exclusive LendMe™ App lets you lend AND borrow favorite books from friends - all with just a few simple touches.
Share and Recommend Reading with NOOK Friends™
NOOK Color is the most well connected, social reading device ever built. NOOK Friends™ makes it easy to share and recommend reading as well as pass along favorite lines to your friends through Facebook® or Twitter®.
Personalized Reading Experience
NOOK Color is really all about you. From selecting the unique look of your home page, to personalizing your shelves or choosing just the right font, NOOK Color lets you create a reading experience that you can truly call your own.
NOOK Keeps Your Place
When you take a break from your book, a virtual bookmark remembers just where you left off, so you can dive right back into your reading on any computer or mobile device with our free NOOK Free Reading App, including iPad™, iPhone®, iPod Touch®, Android™ smartphones, and Windows-based PCs, notebooks, or laptops.
Visit any Barnes & Noble store with your NOOK in hand and enjoy an array of special offers through our More In Store™ program. Get FREE Wi-Fi® while you're there and read entire NOOK Books for FREE for up to one hour per day with our innovative Read In Store™ feature.
Surf the Web
On-the-go web access is easy with NOOK Color's built-in Wi-Fi® connection. Check your email or visit your favorite websites. NOOK Color goes beyond reading and helps you stay connected.
Our built-in Wi-Fi® connection lets you get more from your reading. Look up concepts on Wikipedia and Google® right from the page as you're reading or use our built-in Merriam-Webster Collegiate® Dictionary to look up a word. Connect wirelessly to Wi-Fi® to surf the web. Jump quickly to the website you need then go right back to enjoying your book.
A Library Without Limits
With 8GB of space* and expandable memory, your library has virtually no limits. Hold thousands of books, magazines, newspapers, kids' books, songs and photos. And our Lifetime Library™ makes sure all your reading is safely stored so you always have access to it, anytime, anywhere.
BARNES & NOBLE NOOK COLOR PURPLE 3 WAY EXECUTIVE LEATHER STAND CASE COVER POUCH
ALL NEW LEATHER CASE WITH 3-WAY STAND DESIGN FOR BARNES AND NOBLE NOOK COLOR
Brand New Premium Quality
Faux Leather Case Cover for Barnes and Noble Nook Color
Made up of Tough Durable Eco Friendly Faux Leather
Hand Stitched and Superior Light Weight Design
Light weight Design
Protect your Nook Color with this Stylish Premium Leather Case Cover
Smooth interior Lining
The case can be folded all the way back and be held with one hand while reading.
Designed with a Stand to prop up your eBook while you read eBooks, watch movies, watch presentations or surf the net.
3 Way Stand Design allows you to view your ebook in 3 different positions without having to hold it.
This Case offers Superior Protection against Scratches and Shocks
This case offers a perfect combination of Elegance and Sophistication
Magnetic Flap Closure
Made especially for the Barnes and Noble Nook Color
Fits Perfectly and leaves all the ports open.
Easy access to all buttons and ports.
Protect your expensive device
We have taken pictures to show you exactly how your device will look with the case on.
MRP - $49.99
This item is for Barnes and Noble Nook Color (Color Screen) only and will not work with Barnes and Noble Nook (Non-Colored Black and White Screen).
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Reading your favorite books on the Barnes & Noble Nook Color will be even more exciting with its 7-inch VividView Color touchscreen displaying at least 16 million vibrant colors. Go easy on your eyes as you choose the font size, style and background color on this Barnes & Noble eReader. The integrated 8GB memory of this e-Book reader allows you to store about 5000 eBooks in it. Browse the web and enjoy online videos in AAC, MP3, MP4 or Adobe FlashPlayer format on the Barnes & Noble Nook Color. Finish off the thrilling novel without taking a break as the rechargeable battery of this Barnes & Noble eReader allows you to read 8 hours non-stop. The integrated Wi-Fi of this e-Book reader makes web surfing for books, magazines and newspapers a breeze.
BARNES & NOBLE NOOK COLOR LEATHER CASE+SCREEN PROTECTOR
Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.more
Have A Heart Beige Printed Top
How totally 80’s of you. Allover heart prints might remind you of Punky Brewster or The Cosby Show, but they can be done in a grown-up way- as seen here! This beige chiffon top is billowy and floaty and very much made for an adult- an adult who still can’t resist a heart print.more
Buckled Touch Glove (fashion for women)
Hallelujah, no need to inflict frostbite on your poor fingers so you can play Angry Birds while you wait for the bus. Echo Touch gloves have fancy eLink fabric on the pointer fingers, keeping your hands snug and warm but able to touch-screen away. We’re partial to this chartreuse pair with a leather buckle accent, but Echo has oodles of styles for you to choose from.more
5 Things You Should Stop Buying!!!
Some things in life are just best left un-purchased because they simply don't provide their money's worth — or have much cheaper alternatives. Here's a list of six everyday items we don't really need. Ditching them all together could save an average of $1,500 a year.
Last year Americans spent $58 billion on lottery tickets or about $200 per person. But, according to Powerball stats, the odds of hitting the jackpot are just one in 195 million. Instead, create your own luck by investing that $5 a week into a retirement account. Over 30 years, earning say 6% a year, your lotto habit could turn into $9,000 investment.
Retailer Extended Warranties
Extended warranties from retailers rarely prove beneficial. First, they can end up costing more than just repairing the product on your own. Also, beware of the fine print on these types of warranties, which may include language that could later disqualify your claim. Bottom line, researchers say: skip it. Some products, like cars, with an average warranty cost of $1,000, have become more reliable over time, which means they aren't likely to break down within the time frame of the warranty, according to Tod Marks of Consumer Reports. For a large appliance like a gas range, a 3-year warranty period is typical, she says. However, researchers find that only one in five actually need repair in the first three years.
Keep in mind that if your purchase ever breaks or fails within the first few months or year of use, you can always try negotiating with the manufacturer directly for compensation or a free replacement.
Unlimited Cellular Plans
It may seem like a wise purchase, but based on data from BillShrink.com, we may be overdoing by buying unlimited cell phone plans. In fact, we waste an average of $336 a year because we overestimate the number of voice minutes and texts we're using. If you lower your plan by one payment bracket, you can save at least $10 to $20 a month, or up to $240 a year. Before you make the switch though, track your usage for a few months, and find the plan to match.
The markup on cleaning supplies has much to do with packaging and advertising. Otherwise, it costs very little to make a cleaning detergent. We can save by creating our own natural alternatives with simple, inexpensive household ingredients like vinegar, ammonia, baking soda and water.
For example, to make a window and glass cleaner, simply mix a half-cup of white vinegar, a quarter-cup of rubbing alcohol, and 3.5-cups of water. The total cost comes to just 50 cents. Compared to the $3 to $4 you'd spend on a similar product at the grocery store, this one home-made formula could save you more than $40 per year.
Another household basic that makes little sense to spend money on is plastic bags. Simply re-use this free commodity provided by your grocery store, and you'll rarely have to pay for plastic bags again. Uses include kitchen and bathroom trash can liners, packing material for mailers, compost or kitchen scraps, lunch bags, pet cleanup, and more.
Ultra-High SPF Sunscreen
Think SPF 80 is worth paying up for? Think again. Experts say don't bother splurging on any sunscreen with more than SPF 45. In fact, FDA regulations are now limiting the maximum SPF to 50, since there's little proof a higher SPF works any better. Topping Consumer Reports' "most-recommended" list is the SPF 45 "No-Ad" sunblock with aloe and vitamin E. It was also the least expensive sunscreen in the test at just 59-cents per ounce.more
Top-10 must-have gadgets
CNET has top products lists for each of the categories we cover--they're listed on the left--but this list brings the cream of the crop together in one place. For November, new additions include the iPhone 4S, the Droid Razr, and the Roku 2 XS streaming video box. Rather than trying to compare gadgets across multiple categories, we present them in alphabetical order, because when you get right down to it, we think they're all must-haves.
Apple iPad 2 (16GB, Wi-Fi)
The iPad 2 refines an already excellent product. Its easy-to-use interface, vast app catalog, and marathon battery life bolster Apple's claim to being the king of tablets.
Price: $495.99 - $522.00 (check prices)
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Apple iPhone 4S
The iPhone 4S isn't the king of cell phones, but it's part of the royal family nonetheless. Even without 4G and a giant screen, this phone's smart(ass) voice assistant, Siri, the benefits of iOS 5, and its spectacular camera make it a top choice for anyone ready to upgrade.
Price: $399.99 - $1,099.95 (check prices)
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Apple MacBook Air (11-inch, Summer 2011)
This year's 11-inch MacBook Air improves on last year's model in several significant ways and is by far the fastest ultraportable you're likely to find, though some users will consider the limited flash storage space to be a hindrance.
Price: $939.94 - $999.00 (check prices)
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Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch Reader (Wi-Fi)
The new touch-screen Nook is a major advancement over its predecessor and offers some real advantages over the 2010 Kindle.
Price: $79.99 - $149.00 (check prices)
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HTC Sensation 4G (T-Mobile)
Its excellent design and user experience, coupled with its solid performance, make the HTC Sensation 4G one of the best Android phones yet and a top pick for T-Mobile customers.
Price: $99.99 - $649.99 (check prices)
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The Kodak Playsport is an excellent minicamcorder that can take some rough treatment and capture solid HD video.
Price: $99.95 - $149.95 (check prices)
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Logitech Harmony 650
The Logitech Harmony 650 is one of the best universal remotes you can buy for less than $100.
Price: $39.99 - $69.99 (check prices)
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Motorola Droid Razr (Verizon Wireless)
With its razor-thin design, jam-packed features, and blazing speed, the Motorola Droid Razr is easily one of the year's top Android smartphones.
Price: $199.99 - $299.99 (check prices)
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Roku 2 XS
Thanks to a varied range of content offerings--including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu Plus, Crackle, and Pandora--that beats the Apple TV, the Roku 2 XS is the best all-around streaming-media box you can get for less than $100.
Price: $98.00 - $99.99 (check prices)
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Sonos Play:3 (black)
While it doesn't sound quite as good as the larger Play:5, the Sonos Play:3 delivers a superior streaming-audio experience that you can control from any iOS device or Android smartphone.
Price: $290.00 - $299.98 (check prices)
Ticking Again: Reviving a Classic Timepiece
THE watch mavens at Tourneau have teamed up with J. Crew to revive a little-known Swiss watchmaker, Mougin & Piquard. The company, founded in the 1920s by Ernest Mougin and Paul Piquard, had designed traditional mechanical watches with a Parisian sensibility, much in the manner of the Mougin family, which made ornate timepieces in late-19th-century Paris.
Cream face and brown leather strap.
The company changed hands in 1960, then went out of business the following decade with the advent of the quartz movement. The new watches, with the rare Mougin & Piquard logo, are based on sketches from the company’s archives. Swiss-made with a quartz movement and a stainless steel case, they have either a cream face and brown leather strap or a black face and strap.
Mougin & Piquard for J. Crew grande seconde watch, $425 at J. Crew Men’s stores; jcrew.com.more