In what is surely a response to the release of its Nook HD and HD+, Barnes & Noble announced Saturday it will lower the price of its Nook Color and Nook tablets beginning Sunday.
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The Nook tablet will now sell for $159 and the Nook Color for $139. The price represents a drop of $10 and $20 respectively.
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Barnes & Noble Nook HD+
With the Nook HD+, Barnes & Noble both takes on the iPad and gives the recently unveiled Kindle Fire HD tablets a serious competitor. The big-size Nook tablet is priced at $269 for the 16GB model and $299 for 32GB. It's also 2.8 ounces lighter than the Kindle Fire HD, but it doesn't have any cameras.
This story originally published on Mashable here.