The All-New Nook also offers many of the lending features available on the Nook Color, and includes Wi-Fi. It also eliminates up to 80 percent of the often annoying page turn flashing, probably thanks to a new e-Paper graphics controller.
Nook Touch is the third inexpensive touchscreen ebook reader. Yesterday, Kobo announced it’s own lower-priced touchscreen ebook reader, the Kobo eReader Touch Edition, which undercuts both Kindle and the Nook Touch at $129.99, while it’s first generation Kobo Wi-Fi drops to $99.99, $20 less than Amazon’s ad-supported Kindle. We’ll have a hands-on look at the All-New Nook later today. Update: read my First impressions of the New Nook