• After connecting the USB cable to a Windows 7 64-bit machine, unlock the Nook. A message will be displayed about the USB storage connection status. The device should then show up in Windows Explorer as a new drive letter (i on mine).

  • Hello! I´m from Mexico, sadly in my country I can´t find e-readers, so, my question is: I know I can buy in Amazon but I want the barnes and noble nook color, where can i buy that e-reader whit the guarantee that arrives in good conditions? I read about 25-30 books per year so It would be really helpful. Thanks!

  • You can get the Nook Color from our retail partner shop e-Readers at http://www.shopereaders.com

  • Gurlgal

    Dude, you need to spell and grammar check before posting

  • Can you get your home town local newspapers or just ones like the times, usa today etc.

  • BlazingTartan

    Good review and video. However, you need to get some things right:

    “Ascetically” you mean “Aesthetically.”
    “Prospective” you mean “Perspective.”
    “Indicative” I don’t know what you mean but it might be “Intuitive.”
    Also on the video you state that the device has 8 Gigabits of internal memory. It doesn’t, it has 8 GigaBYTES. Big difference. And the “Upside down U” statement! What a laugh–IT’S A LOWER-CASE “n.” Dear me….

  • Melinda

    Don’t forget the “adds,” random and needless abundance of commas, leading to offensive comma splices and run-on sentences, and “children” books… Can I get a refund for my English Degree? Obviously, I’m missing out on the good jobs… To any who may not understand, those of us who respect the English language see these problems and immediately, possibly without meaning to, think less of the writer and/or her/his opinions. I strongly suggest that the author find an editor in order to be taken more seriously. I’ll still purchase this product, most likely, but due to other reviews. This one appears to have been written by high school student.

  • Chelecewilliams

    I am having problems with copying books that I purchased from Fictionwise that are in pdb format. Can I copy them into adode digital epub ? I tried to convert them using calibre but no luck due to drm. HELP
    Fictionwise is a B&N company!!!!!

  • Chelecewilliams

    I forgot to mention it is for my new color nook

  • Sdfalkjsdlk

    i could’ve posted any number of tips … but an upside down “u” is also known as an “n.”


  • Claudia Ramos

    Thank you so much!!! the nook color is mine!!! love you guys!! one more question: how can I buy magazines or e-books if i don´t have a credit card with a US address? I´m from méxico

  • Yes you can just use a fake USA billing and home address and use your real credit card, barnes and noble never sends anything to your mailing address, just email.

  • MA.1

    Hi, how come I cannot transfer the book I bought from Kobo to my Nook Color. I’m using a Mac Book Pro and I already downloaded the Adobe Digital Editions like you explained in your YouTube video..? 

  • Well actually it is an upsidedown U but rightside up its an N

  • Blackmgb

    I have a kindle 3 with wifi and it has a frozen screen. The unit is one year old but only has one book on it. My wife loaded that book when she got the reader then put it down for a year. When she wanted to use it the battery was dead so I got a new battery and installed it. Remember it is already out of warranty so me replacing the battery doesn’t mean anything anymore as far as warrenty goes. Amazon wanted ton replace it for $80.00 (not $40.00). I asked them why should I buy another one when the same thing will most likely happen again. The Amazon Kindle is GARBAGE!!!!!

  • Bj_dog Trainer

    The lower-case ‘n’ is actually the Nook LOGO: ∩

  • BJ

    The lower-case ‘n’ is actually the Nook LOGO: ∩

  • sally.hodges

    Indicative, means indicating something or pointing to something. Before you take on the role of language police, I suggest you learn how to use a dictionary.

  • sally.hodges

    Personally, I prefer the use of the comma generously applied, so as to make reading easier, and the point more clear. Alas, there are those who feel differently, whose texts I avoid for the sole purpose of shielding my eyes from self-righteous, narcistic content running rampant with academia-induced ego. Nonetheless, Melinda, it seems that you fall into the latter catagory and, therefore, would agree with the following lecturer:

    And what does a comma do, a comma does nothing but make easy a thing that if you like it enough is easy enough without the comma. A long complicated sentence should force itself upon you, make you know yourself knowing it and the comma, well at the most a comma is a poor period that lets you stop and take a breath but if you want to take a breath you ought to know yourself that you want to take a breath. It is not like stopping altogether has something to do with going on, but taking a breath well you are always taking a breath and why emphasize one breath rather than another breath. Anyway that is the way I felt about it and I felt that about it very very strongly. And so I almost never used a comma. The longer, the more complicated the sentence the greater the number of the same kinds of words I had following one after another, the more the very more I had of them the more I felt the passionate need of their taking care of themselves by themselves and not helping them, and thereby enfeebling them by putting in a comma.
    So that is the way I felt about punctuation in prose, in poetry it is a little different but more so …

    — Gertrude Stein
    from Lectures in America

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