Barnes and Noble’s Galaxy Tab E Nook vs Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 10: Specs …
October 12, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
Barnes and Noble recently expelled a new e-book reader for their Nook series. The Fortune 500 association has collaborated once again with Samsung for a latest Nook called a Galaxy Tab E. The newest Nook has been compared to Amazon’s tip of a line e-book reader, a Kindle Fire HD 10.
The genuine disproportion between a tablets can be seen when comparing their hardware. According to Barnes and Noble’s central website, the Tab E Nook has 16GB of inner memory. However, users can supplement adult to 128 GB to their memory interjection to a MicroSD label slot.
The Kindle Fire also has a MicroSD label slot, that supports adult to 128 GB of memory. However, buyers can select to buy between a Fire 10 packaged with 16 GB of inner memory or 32 GB.
As for their processors, a Tab E runs on Qualcomm’s APQ 8016 clocked during 1.2 GHZ. Whereas, a Kindle Fire 10 boasts a discerning and manageable quad-core processor, dual of that are clocked during 1.5 GHz while a other dual are clocked during 1.2 GHz.
Other than a sheer differences in their processors, a dual e-readers also have opposite battery lives- one critical underline for e-readers or tablets in general. The Tab E beats out a Kindle Fire with a battery life of adult to 12 hours. On a hand, a Kindle Fire usually has a battery life of 8 hours.
The dual tablets also come with opposite facilities that any have their possess graphic advantages. The Tab E is pre-loaded with Microsoft Office, creation it useful for on-the-go workman bees. On a other hand, Amazon has enclosed giveaway total cloud storage for Amazon calm on a Kindle Fire 10, creation it one challenging party device.
Even yet readers will many expected not use a tablets for holding pictures, both a Tab E and Kindle Fire 10 are versed with decent cameras. The Tab E has a 2MP front camera and sports a 5MP rear-facing camera. Meanwhile, a Kindle Fire 10 sports a 720p HD front-facing camera and has a 1080p HD video recording 5MP camera during a back, reports Amazon’s central website.
The screens on a dual tablets also somewhat differ, with a Kindle Fire carrying a bit of an advantage. The Tab E’s shade measures during 9.6 inches, while a Kindle Fire has a 10-inch screen. Despite a opposite shade sizes, both tablets have HD displays with 1280×800 resolution.
Then there is a price, that is always a determining cause when buying. The Tab E costs usually a bit some-more than Amazon’s e-reader during $250, since a Fire 10 is labelled during $230. However, Barnes and Noble will take $50 off if readers move in their comparison Nooks, bringing a Tab E’s cost down to $200. The bonus lasts usually until Nov 7, 2015, states Tech Times.