Nook Wi-Fi now available for $150; 3G for $200
Barnes & Noble today launched Wi-Fi-enabled Nook offering that will give consumers a more cost efficient e-Reader compared to 3G enabled. With the launch, they have reduced the price of original 3G Nook to $200.
Just head over to B&N and grab your e-reader now.
Finally, for those of you who already own the device, you can now download firmware version 1.4. This update will enable any owners of the Nook to access AT&T’s nationwide WiFi access point absolutely free.
“People who love to read will find tremendous value with the new NOOK Wi-Fi, the most full-featured, low-cost eReading device on the market, and our bestselling NOOK 3G now at an even lower price,” said Tony Astarita, Vice President, Digital Products, Barnes & Noble.com. “This expanded choice offers best-in-class, best-priced dedicated eBook Readers featuring eBook sharing, access to our vast eBookstore, great free and exclusive content and much more. And with expansion of fast and free Wi-Fi access beyond Barnes & Noble stores to thousands of AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots, we’re bringing additional freedom and flexibility to all NOOK 3G and NOOK Wi-Fi customers.”