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Barnes & Noble Brings GlowLight 4e To Compete With Kindle

Are you into e-reading? Thinking about switching from the old-school way to the more techy approach of reading books? The good news is you have options. Kindle has been gaining popularity through the years, and recently Barnes & Nobles has come up with a much more affordable NOOK GlowLight 4e.

The new NOOK is specifically $30 cheaper, meaning it will sell for $119.99.

The new model features a 6-inch E Ink lower-resolution display than the GlowLight 4, resistant to scratches and to annoying glow.

The ‘GlowLight’ is strong enough to ensure reading in bed and to contrast the bright light of the sun.

The GlowLight 4e features Wi-Fi connectivity and integrates physical buttons on the side to turn the on-screen page.

Users have access to free B&N Readouts in the library, which feature free book sections and articles.

The new model has less storage, with 8GB instead of 32GB, and will run “for weeks” on a single charge. Like the previous version, GlowLight 4, the GlowLight 4e supports USB-C charging.

The Nook GlowLight 4e is available for preorder and will begin shipping June 7th.

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Barnes & Noble Brings GlowLight 4e To Compete With Kindle
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