Introducing the Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight 4. This e-reader works internationally. It features a 6-inch E INK Carta HD display with 1440×1080 and 300 PPI resolution. It will have white and amber LED lights so that you can control the front-lit display and colour temperature system. This will be customized with a two-slider bar in the settings menu. There are physical page turn buttons on both sides of the screen, curling inwards towards the back. The home button is at the bottom of the unit, denoted by the N. If you press it, you will go back to the home screen.
Underneath the hood is an Allwinner quad core 1.5 GHZ CPU processor, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. You can charge the reader with a USB-C cable; this is the first time B&N has employed a modern port on any of their E INK devices. It has Bluetooth 5.1 and WIFI to connect to the online bookstore to purchase and download ebooks. The Nook can sideload your collection of digital content. It officially supports EPUB and PDF; you can buy ebooks from other bookstores in these two formats and load them in via Adobe Digital Editions since both forms handle digital rights management (DRM.) You can also borrow books from the public library with Overdrive; you would download them from the website and then sideload them with ADE. You should get around four weeks of battery life, thanks to the 1400 mAh battery.
You can still use the Nook if you live outside the United States. All you need to do is buy it from Good e-Reader and use an American address, which we provide. You can also use your local credit card to buy ebooks, magazines and newspapers directly on the Nook. No VPN or anything else is required.