Nook HD vs Kindle Fire HD: Which 7-inch Android Tablet do yo

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Nook HD vs Kindle Fire HD: Which 7-inch Android Tablet do yo

Postby bobsmith2012 » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:06 am

When Samsung released its first 7 inches tablet, you can hardly find another tablet with a 7 inches size. But near one year later, more and more people pay attention to this smaller kind of tablet with the appearance of Google Nexus 7 and iPad Mini. Not long ago, Barnes & Noble released the Nook HD to join the Kindle Fire HD and the Google Nexus 7 in the 7-inch tablet game.
First, let’s have a quick view of the Nook HD vs. Kindle Fire HD:

Specs Compared:

From above specifics comparison, we can figure out that these two tablets have a lot in common which make us hesitating to choose from. So if you need a front camera to take photos or make video callings, Amazon Kindle Fire HD is recommended. However, the battery life of Nook HD is longer than that of Kindle Fire HD.

Extending Readings: How to Import iTunes Movies to 7-inch Android Tablets

No matter which one you choose, a 7-inch tablet would provide a different experience from that of other 10-inch tablets. Especially when you use it to enjoy movies with a satisfying high definition screen. But what you need to know is that the movies downloaded from iTunes can’t be transfered to Android tablets for playing. Neither Nook HD nor Kindle Fire HD can play iTunes M4V movies without removing DRM from those movies.


NoteBurner provides the best solution for you to import iTunes M4V movies to Nook HD or Kindle Fire HD . NoteBurner M4V Converter for Windows is the best DRM removal tool for 7-inch Android tablets which can help you remove DRM from iTunes M4V videos. Besides, it is also a top iTunes M4V to Nook HD converter that converts iTunes M4V videos to Nook HD or Kindle Fire HD compatible formats for sharing with high quality.

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