Nook HD 7" 8GB Tablet - A1 Refurbished (As new) with 3 Months Warranty! £46.95 @ eBay / MorganComputers - HotUKDeals
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As above. An excellent deal taking into account the spec.

Received mine from the previous deal and the unit was literally as new. Install kitkat and you have a tablet which would rival the Nexus 7 for a fraction of the cost!

Now a whole 2 pounds cheaper as well. The additional 3 month warranty certainly helps.

Old listing: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/181462907434

New listing with stock: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/181470531872

KitKat CM Guide: http://www.teleread.com/chris-meadows/how-to-upgrade-the-nook-hd-to-kit-kat-with-cyanogenmod/

Edit: Now down to £46.95.
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#1
Nice!
#2
Great little tablet once you install CM11 for Android kit kat 4.4
#3
Just Wondering
Great little tablet once you install CM11 for Android kit kat 4.4


how does one do this?
#4
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off
banned#5
looks like a steal... same CPU as the kobo arc?
1 Like #6
fullmoon
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off

Yes, ignoring the traditional use for front and rear cameras as in Selfies/Skype and taking photos. The front camera on a device can be useful for Smartstay+ so the device checks if you're looking at the screen and disables the screen from switching off, quite handy and rear camera can be used for recognition apps and barcodes/qr codes. So yes cameras these days on devices are quite useful even if you don't plan the traditional uses for them.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.numericme.face.on&hl=en_GB

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.zxing.client.android&hl=en_GB

Oh yes and I forgot the genius usage for rear camera which is Airdroid, a fantastic app >

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sand.airdroid&hl=en_GB

I can't be without Airdroid, makes life so much easier, wirelessly transferring data.

So the above is some damn good reasons why cameras are very useful these days.

Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 19, 2014 22:08
1 Like #7
fuhu78888
Just Wondering
Great little tablet once you install CM11 for Android kit kat 4.4

how does one do this?
I personally used this guide. Very stable and fast once installed.

http://www.teleread.com/chris-meadows/how-to-upgrade-the-nook-hd-to-kit-kat-with-cyanogenmod/

Camera Imo is a personal preference. For general activities it's hardly an issue, and while can certainly be useful, is a moot point and secondary when taking into account what you're getting here.
#8
Except for the cameras missing, this looks like a fantastic deal which I would've jumped on Immediately, but I already have my Nexus5/iPadMini2 combo so can't see a good use for it in my case.

But yeah, dual core 1.3ghz is really good for the price it is costing, and CM11 kitkat or a slightly more stable Jellybean based carbonrom could do wonders on this. That screen itself is amazing, 1440x900 res on 7 inch is a lot better than what you'd get from even cheap chinese mediatek tabs for under 50 quid!

And my experience with refurb devices before has been pretty good. 90% of the time they're products that people return after a week or two because they didn't like it or know how to use it best, so the manufacturers test it, add a refurbished tag to it and sell for lesser. Wouldn't be worried about that.
#9
fullmoon
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off


Battery issue put me off.
#10
Just bought the big brother HD+ with 32gb for £87through CEX. Even the nook version of Android is pretty usable. Very good media consumption and web browsing device.
#11
ralphaverbuch
Just bought the big brother HD+ with 32gb for £87through CEX. Even the nook version of Android is pretty usable. Very good media consumption and web browsing device.


Hope it arrived in better condition than the games they post out.
#12
HD+ is a better bet. We've both here, the smaller HD is good but doesn't stand out, the larger one's screen is fantastic - expect to pay about £20 more like for like.
1 Like #13
I got mine from the other deal I posted on here a week or two ago and it was mint in condition. It looked like it hadn't even been used. It was boxed with charger and insert all in mint condition.

Rooted it and rommed it with CM10.2, not Kitkat and it has been excellent. On wi-fi the download is super fast and feels quicker than my HD+. Think you will be hard pressed to get a better 7" android tab for the price. For some the missing camera can be a clincher but it hasn't bothered me.

Like capriboycraig says the HD+ is a lot more tablet for the money but if you want a nice easy portable tablet then this is the one. With VLC, Dice Player and MX Player it will play any video format you want. Perfect Viewer to read PDF magazines if your eyesight is good and moon reader or the Nook app for books.

Don't forget Nook are throwing out their accessories for the HD at £5 per item. Worth ggrabbing a spare charger. It is a bit of a bargain really as you get a 2A charger as well as the charge cable.

http://www.nook.com/gb/store/accessories
#14
Bully
fullmoon
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off

Battery issue put me off.
The battery on my Nook HD is great, far better than my Nexus 7 (2012).
I get around 8-9 hours of screen on time with my Nook, compared to 6 hours from my Nexus 7.
#15
I am going to get this. Had a 2013 nexus and it's just died after 2 months and will go back for a refund. I have an iPad mini retina as my main tab so this will be just a travel tablet.
#16
All gone
#17
preecey
Bully
fullmoon
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off

Battery issue put me off.
The battery on my Nook HD is great, far better than my Nexus 7 (2012).
I get around 8-9 hours of screen on time with my Nook, compared to 6 hours from my Nexus 7.

What's even better for me is the standby battery time. With the Nook HD+ I can leave it in standby unused for over 2 weeks and the battery only loses a few % power. With the Nexus 7 even in standby the battery goes flat within 3-4 days.
#18
Back in stock at new link: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/181470531872

Battery life is great on mine. Haven't done any tests but easily 7-9 hours on average.
#19
bought a year or so ago you coulkd get a nook hd+ 32gb for about £150 brand new via ebay, might even be cheaper now (for anyone wanting a 10in tablet).
#20
harry66
preecey
Bully
fullmoon
I might be wrong. no camera front or the back. it put me off

Battery issue put me off.
The battery on my Nook HD is great, far better than my Nexus 7 (2012).
I get around 8-9 hours of screen on time with my Nook, compared to 6 hours from my Nexus 7.

What's even better for me is the standby battery time. With the Nook HD+ I can leave it in standby unused for over 2 weeks and the battery only loses a few % power. With the Nexus 7 even in standby the battery goes flat within 3-4 days.
I agree. Admittedly I use my Nexus 7 far more than my Nook, but the Nook's standby time is exceptional. If I charged my Nexus 7 up and didn't touch it, it'd be flat within four days. Often I leave my Nook fully charged without use for weeks on end and find it still having some juice.

Edited By: preecey on Jul 20, 2014 20:45
#21
Back in stock
#22
Did anyone else order this and not receive it? It was supposed to be here yesterday, no sign today either and no reply from their customer services......
#23
Got mine today.
#24
kyeung
Got mine today.

Me too now :)
#25
Thanks for this link, save me searching around. Looks easy enough will give it a try tonight.

Shadow-360
fuhu78888
Just Wondering
Great little tablet once you install CM11 for Android kit kat 4.4

how does one do this?
I personally used this guide. Very stable and fast once installed.

http://www.teleread.com/chris-meadows/how-to-upgrade-the-nook-hd-to-kit-kat-with-cyanogenmod/

Camera Imo is a personal preference. For general activities it's hardly an issue, and while can certainly be useful, is a moot point and secondary when taking into account what you're getting here.
#26
Got mine today pleased with it so far :)
#27
Now £1 cheaper - £46.95 :)
#28
Very pleased with mine. Put Cyanogen Kitkat (4.4) on it and it runs superbly! :)
#29
Bought a spare charger/cable and case from here too - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/barnes-noble-nook-tablet-accessories-for-5-plus-free-p-p-1942539

for only a fiver each.
#30
jpwjpw
Bought a spare charger/cable and case from here too - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/barnes-noble-nook-tablet-accessories-for-5-plus-free-p-p-1942539

for only a fiver each.
Barnes and Noble aren't selling the accessories any more :(
#31
sending mine back today.

came through in terrible condition and unable to connect to the computer
#32
richarm84
sending mine back today.

came through in terrible condition and unable to connect to the computer

You must have been unlucky. Mine was in a brand new boxed condition. Was it not packaged correctly?

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