Buyers that did not purchase one of these new tablets for Black Friday or Cyber Monday could find that stock levels have decreased for online retailers.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 02, 2012
The tablet industry has more competition in 2012 than it had in 2010. More manufacturers are entering the scene to help secure a percentage of the market. The Kindle Fire vs Nook debate has caused the iTrustNews.com team to compare each of these new tablets in a new review and price guide published online. This review reveals that this retailer has some of the lowest pricing found for each of these new tablets online.
The Barnes and Noble Nook was created shortly after the first incarnation of the Kindle reader. This retailer competed with Amazon for the sale of print and e-books online and offered its own device in 2010.
The Nook was upgraded in 2011 with a new color display and a larger storage capacity to help users of this device explore the streaming video and download capabilities.
The iTrustNews.com report reveals that the Kindle Fire is one of the most advanced devices currently found in the tablet industry. One of the biggest differences that this tablet has over the Nook is the full HD display. A larger image resolution size provides high definition video. This new HD display is useful for streaming content as well as downloadable movies and games.
The price comparison as revealed in the new iTrustNews report revealed that the Nook has a retail list price of $299 and the Kindle Fire is fixed at $199. Buyers that did not purchase one of these new tablets for Black Friday or Cyber Monday could find that stock levels have decreased for online retailers. Supply levels for each of these tablets has not been released.
The Nook vs Kindle Fire debate is one that has continued is discussions and media reports. The size of the storage in the Kindle was found to be more than the Nook according to iTrustNews.com.
Each of these tablets provides access to hundreds of thousands of e-books and other content that can be downloaded instantly. The iTrustNews.com report revealed that each has its own Wi-Fi connection type although Kindle is 40 percent faster.
Each of the tablets were found to be nearly equal in terms of price and features comparisons. A person that plans to buy a tablet for the holiday season could explore this new review to help make an informed purchasing decision. The original report is expected to be updated as new price fluctuations are found and inventory levels are reported.
The iTrustNews.com website now offers these product reviews to help consumers that shop online versus going into a traditional brick and mortar store to make purchases. The discount pricing guides that are now offered to online consumers help to reveal some of the lowest pricing currently found online.
The iTrustNews team offers product reviews, consumer reports and breakthrough stories that are published online and syndicated to media outlets. The consumer shopping guides that this media company provides are designed to distribute helpful information to consumers. A group of writers, researchers and editors work together at iTrustNews to develop reviews and articles that provide information without bias. The iTrustNews.com website is updated consistently as news is researched and reported. The iTrustNews company was founded in 2011.