The new Barnes & Noble Nook tablet comes with 16GB of built in storage, which is twice as much as the new Amazon Kindle Fire, something which Barnes & Noble has been pointing out since the Nook Tablet was announced.
And whilst it may come with 16GB of built in storage, it would appear that you can only store content which hasn’t been purchased from Barnes & Noble on 1GB of that space, the rest is reserved for B&N content.
This was discovered by Sacha Segan, who posted the details on Twitter, and the guys over at Engadget have confirmed this is the case, we wonder how long it will be before Barnes & Noble releases an update to fix this issue, or whether they intend to keep things as they are, you can still store additional content on a microSD card, as it comes with a microSD card slot.
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