Well, Barnes & Nobile have today unveiled their latest Nook today, the Nook Tablet. Nook Tablet is designed to replace the Nook Color and sports new specs for virtually the entire tablet, including an "HD viewing experience". Hardware-wise, Nook Tablet sports a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and comes in at under a pound.
On the display side of things, it features a 7-inch 1024x600 LG IPS panel, with a near 180-degree viewing angle and is capable of playing back up to nine hours of 1080p video on a single charge. It also comes with Netflix and Hulu Plus pre-loaded and B&N are promising it comes with the deepest level of Netflix integration available on a device, all thanks to a customized app.
Barnes & Noble have put 16GB of storage into the Tablet, with up to 32GB of expansion through SD. It should be available around November 17th for $249 and will be sold through a variety of other retailers such as Best Buy, Target, Walmart, RadioShack, OfficeMax, Staples, and others.