Barnes & Noble made a Nook with its smallest display ever

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Barnes & Noble made a new Nook that’s on sale today, continuing its line of recent offerings that prove the Kindle rival is still alive and kicking. The latest Nook is Barnes & Noble’s smallest and cheapest model yet: a 7-inch model that costs $49.99.

The book giant announced a new Nook at the start of November that featured the company’s largest display at 10.1 inches. That Nook had 32GB of storage that could be expanded up to 256GB. You can also run Google Play apps on the Nook.

As expected, the 7-inch Nook is a scaled-down version of its bigger sibling. It starts off at 16GB of storage and maxes out at 128GB. Instead of a 1920 x 1200 resolution, it has a 1024 x 600…

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