With the launch of the Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini, Barnes & Noble has Barnes & Noble has unveiled two new tablets, the Nook Tablet HD (7-inch) and Nook Tablet HD+ (9-inch). The Nook Tablet HD/HD+ come with its vibrant screen, speedy CPU, large storage capacity, snappy performance, well-designed interface and a nice offering of books as well as other media.
Like the Kindle Fire HD, Nook HD/HD+ is Android-based, and like the Kindle, Nook HD/HD+ has been completely customized, a leap away from the sort of native Android experience you'll find on the Nexus 7. The Nook tablet devices go head-to-head against similar efforts from Amazon, Google and Apple.
As with all tablets, Nook HD /HD+ Tablet cannot play DVD movies due to the missing of DVD drive in its design. Moreover, the compatible video formats of the Nook Tablet HD /HD+ are also limited. Any Video Converter Ultimate will be your best choice to convert DVD/video to Nook HD/ HD+ supported format.
The Nook HD sports a 1440 x 900 pixel resolution display, giving you a pixel density of 243ppi on the 7-inch display. In comparative terms, the Nook HD is a higher resolution than the iPad mini by some margin and slightly higher than the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD, too. It is available in two colors - snow (white) and smoke (grey).
The Nook HD+ is the larger of the two, coming with 9-inch Full HD 1920 x 1280 LCD touch screen, with 256ppi. The Nook HD+ is very similar to the Nook HD. One thing that's dissimilar between the devices is the processing power. Where the Nook HD has a 1.3GHz processor, the Nook HD+ has a 1.5GHz one, with 1GB of RAM to boot. The Nook HD+ is identical, being based on an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but heavily layered with a Barnes & Noble user interface and it features a medium gray (slate) body with a smooth plastic back.
|Product||Nook HD||Nook HD+|
|OS||Android 4.0||Android 4.0|
|resolution||1,440 x 900||1,920 x 1,280|
|Display||7-inch IPS LCD||9-inch IPS LCD|
|Dimensions||194.4 x 127.1 x 11 mm||240.3 x 162.8 x 11.5 mm|
|Storage||8 / 16GB + microSD||16 / 32GB + microSD|
|Weight||315 grams||515 grams|
|CPU||Dual-Core 1.3GHz TI OMAP 4470||Dual-Core 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4470|
Any Video Converter Ultimate is a dynamic DVD ripper and video coverter that can convert DVD/videos to Nook HD/HD+ Tablet supported MP4 video files with high output quality. Just get it now and follow the steps below to convert DVD/video to Nook HD/HD+ Tablet and download YouTube to Nook HD/HD+.
Please download Video Converter for Nook HD/HD+ Tablet and install it on your PC first. And then run this Nook Tablet Video Converter.
Import DVD/videos to the program or start to download YouTube videos.
1) Import videos: Click Add Video Files to select the videos you want to convert. You can also add batch video files by clicking File > Batch Add Video Files.
2) Add DVD: Click the Add DVD button or click File > DVD. It will start scanning your DVD, you can also choose skip.
3) Download YouTube: Click Add URLs button, paste URL links to the pop-out box. Then click Add to Download List button. You can continue to paste more YouTube video links as the previous steps.
Since Nook HD/HD+ Tablet supports MP4 video formats, please click Output Profile to select Customized MP4 Movie (*.mp4) as the output format. If you want to get full screen free enjoyment on your Nook HD or Nook HD+, simply set the video frame size to 1440 x 900 and 1920 x 1280 separately.
Click Convert Now button to start converting videos or DVD movies for Nook HD/HD+. Once the conversion is finished, you can click "Output Folder" button on the bottom left to get the MP4 files for your Nook tablet.
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