Refurbished 32Gb Nook HD+ £78.95 @ MorganComputers Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Grade A1 Nook HD+ 9" screen with beautiful 1920x1280 screen, 32Gb onboard storage and SD slot.

New these go for £150, they we're originally a £400 Ipad alternative (close but failed). Runs Nook skin on top of Android 4 but can run Cryanogomod without invalidating warranty. Dual core.

Only major downsides are no front or rear camera. 3month warranty - like most modern CE gear if it works when first used odds are it will continue to do so if looked after.

See post #14 for cheap official accessories direct from Nook.

Listing changed - only a few left

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOOK-HD-9-32GB-TABLET-PC-EREADER-BARNES-NOBLE-ANDROID-1-5GHz-DC-WiFi-1080p-/181458498942?
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Would concur with all other comments - as a Business Seller of Tablets and Mobile Phones I get the 'pleasure' of testing all my stock before selling and have therefore tried almost every single Tablet available. I must admit I was extremely surprised with how this model performed and the general size/weight etc. So much so that I have one as my personal Tablet and prefer it over any of the Samsung 7 or 10 inch models.

If you don't need the 32GB model they also have the 16GB version available for £10 cheaper - you can expand the memory using a Micro SD Card if you need.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOOK-HD-9-16GB-TABLET-PC-EREADER-BARNES-NOBLE-ANDROID-1-5GHz-DC-WiFi-1080p-/400737634976?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item5d4dd30aa0

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#1
9" screen and form factor is a joy - very light and big enough for us with fat thumbs / aging eyesight. Has Google Play store access onboard.
#2
I got one of these. Highly recommended. It's not quite on par with something like Nexus 7 2012 speedwise, but for an 1080p 9" screen, it's without competition at this price. 8)
1 Like #3
Arcana
I got one of these. Highly recommended. It's not quite on par with something like Nexus 7 2012 speedwise, but for an 1080p 9" screen, it's without competition at this price. 8)
Root it and get a custom ROM on it and you will find it is one of the most responsive tablets going. I love mine - the screen is awesome and the battery life is brilliant. Can't big this up enough. My missus has the Tab 10" or whatever it is called and side by side this running the custom ROM wipes the floor with hers as regards speed.

Edited By: Siddas on Jul 05, 2014 21:06
#4
Tempted. How easy is it to install cyanogenmod?
#5
A brilliant tablet. I've got em all and this is class.
#6
Arcana
I got one of these. Highly recommended. It's not quite on par with something like Nexus 7 2012 speedwise, but for an 1080p 9" screen, it's without competition at this price. 8)

Even stock it's close to the 2012 Nexus speed wise - metrics might say otherwise but day to day I don't notice any difference.
Marekj
Tempted. How easy is it to install cyanogenmod?
Very.

http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hummingbird
5 Likes #7
Would concur with all other comments - as a Business Seller of Tablets and Mobile Phones I get the 'pleasure' of testing all my stock before selling and have therefore tried almost every single Tablet available. I must admit I was extremely surprised with how this model performed and the general size/weight etc. So much so that I have one as my personal Tablet and prefer it over any of the Samsung 7 or 10 inch models.

If you don't need the 32GB model they also have the 16GB version available for £10 cheaper - you can expand the memory using a Micro SD Card if you need.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOOK-HD-9-16GB-TABLET-PC-EREADER-BARNES-NOBLE-ANDROID-1-5GHz-DC-WiFi-1080p-/400737634976?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item5d4dd30aa0
#8
Marekj
Tempted. How easy is it to install cyanogenmod?


If I can do it, anyone can :)
#9
stuart9787
Would concur with all other comments - as a Business Seller of Tablets and Mobile Phones I get the 'pleasure' of testing all my stock before selling and have therefore tried almost every single Tablet available. I must admit I was extremely surprised with how this model performed and the general size/weight etc. So much so that I have one as my personal Tablet and prefer it over any of the Samsung 7 or 10 inch models.

If you don't need the 32GB model they also have the 16GB version available for £10 cheaper - you can expand the memory using a Micro SD Card if you need.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOOK-HD-9-16GB-TABLET-PC-EREADER-BARNES-NOBLE-ANDROID-1-5GHz-DC-WiFi-1080p-/400737634976?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item5d4dd30aa0

External storage is a must for me - but i find 16Gb internal too tight for apps, on the basis that any flash type storage performance degrades the closer to full it is.
#10
capriboycraig
Arcana
I got one of these. Highly recommended. It's not quite on par with something like Nexus 7 2012 speedwise, but for an 1080p 9" screen, it's without competition at this price. 8)

Even stock it's close to the 2012 Nexus speed wise - metrics might say otherwise but day to day I don't notice any difference.
Marekj
Tempted. How easy is it to install cyanogenmod?
Very.

http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hummingbird

Are you sure that is the correct link - it says this is for the Nook HD whereas the Nook HD+ is a different model. XDA Developers has the guide for both models and the instructions and downloads are different for each model.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2317500
#11
i had one for a few months and liked it. unfortunately it started to slow down over time

capriboycraig - could this be down to me filling it up with apps??
3 Likes #12
loopz
i had one for a few months and liked it. unfortunately it started to slow down over time

capriboycraig - could this be down to me filling it up with apps??

I'd say yes - I filled my 32gb with Ultraviolet movies recently and it crawled (just like my N7 2012). Everything important was on the SD card (take that Nexus) so I simply factory reset'd and reinstalled the most currently used apps.

Could also be a 'rogue' app - I've had the odd issues over the yrs with android - slow downs / batt drains / force close etc. I find it best nowadays to install one app at a time - then use it a day or so (wherever possible) - that way it's very easy to pinpoint a duff app.

Edited By: capriboycraig on Jul 05, 2014 21:48
1 Like #13
ooh, might be tempted.

#thats a good tip overall then - may explain my slow Tegra Note 7 and S4!
2 Likes #14
Worth noting for new buyers - any Nook accessory is £5 direct (delivered too) from Nook

http://www.nook.com/gb/store/accessories

Highlights left being the groovy stand in black or blue.

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515098_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515104_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

Edited By: capriboycraig on Jul 05, 2014 21:54
#15
Best value tablet in the market heat!
#16
Spare Power adapter from Nook here.

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515364_p0_v2_s300x475.JPG
#17
Excellent deal. Installing cyanogenmod is a must. Easy to do, even I managed to do it. The HD+ is a quality tablet with the screen being the highlight. The dual core processor can slightly stutter at times pushing all those pixels about but no problem. Worth noting that I cannot get C4od to work (due to the app not working on a device that's rooted) and that HDMI can only be done using a proprietary cable from the us. Also note that B&N are selling off the good quality official covers for £5 delivered. So for less than £85 you can have a brilliantly sized tablet that is arguably better than tablets two or three times the price. All it requires is basic computer knowledge and a bit of your time.
#18
#19
For those wondering - even stock it's a great tablet. I initially dismissedn it due to the limited app store but as soon as the Nook got stock access to the Play Store (google) I jumped in.
#20
I think i has no camera
#21
Shame about no camera, would of been great for skyping etc with a front facing camera
#22
mcseguy
I think i has no camera

Yep, no cameras - as stated in the original posting! ;)
#23
I just bought a very good condition 16GB from Amazon (I had gift certificates lying around) for only £54.99 with 12 month warranty

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00AKC2NLM/ref=sr_1_2_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1404595354&sr=8-2&keywords=nook+hd%2B&condition=used
#24
Does this have a mic so you can Skype etc?
1 Like #25
I don't need this.. I already have an iPad and a G Pad - but I want one..

*Sigh.*
#26
Just bought one via the Amazon link 16gb delivered 54.95 in very good condition.

Hope they come with a mic
#27
Just googled, yes they come with a built in mic.
#28
I must agree with all the positive comments above. I think the value of this deal compares well with the recent Sun+ deal for the Nexus 7 at £87. The Nook does not have the power of the Nexus, but for a Full HD 9" tablet it is excellent. The quality of the screen has to be seen to be believed. At stock it can be a bit sluggish, but with CM performance is quite acceptable. My experience with CM on the Nook has been quite good, but definitely not as stable as "pure" android on the Nexus devices. I have had Nexus 4 and 7 since their launches, and found them rock solid with absolutely no lockups etc. Ironically the only real niggle for me with the Nook and CM has been with the HUKD app, whenever I have followed a link out of the app it always force closes on return. This may have improved as I have not used the Nook for about 6 months as I now tend to use a Chromebook as my main portable device.

If you get one of these it is worth getting the spare PSU as the Nook uses a proprietary connector rather than the common micro-usb.
#29
bytemaster
I must agree with all the positive comments above. I think the value of this deal compares well with the recent Sun+ deal for the Nexus 7 at £87. The Nook does not have the power of the Nexus, but for a Full HD 9" tablet it is excellent. The quality of the screen has to be seen to be believed. At stock it can be a bit sluggish, but with CM performance is quite acceptable. My experience with CM on the Nook has been quite good, but definitely not as stable as "pure" android on the Nexus devices. I have had Nexus 4 and 7 since their launches, and found them rock solid with absolutely no lockups etc. Ironically the only real niggle for me with the Nook and CM has been with the HUKD app, whenever I have followed a link out of the app it always force closes on return. This may have improved as I have not used the Nook for about 6 months as I now tend to use a Chromebook as my main portable device.

If you get one of these it is worth getting the spare PSU as the Nook uses a proprietary connector rather than the common micro-usb.

Grrrr , shame , i use hotukdeals all the time on my phone , typical , any chance of you turning your nook on , updating the app to see if the latest update fixes the issue ?!!?(updated a week or so ago)
#30
Had mine for nearly a year now. Cm mod for about 6 months. Tablet been rock solid since day 1 and handles web browsing, Skype, streaming all fine. Shame B&N couldn't sell more nooks.
#31
Yes has mic, no cameras though!
2 Likes #32
Just Wondering
bytemaster
I must agree with all the positive comments above. I think the value of this deal compares well with the recent Sun+ deal for the Nexus 7 at £87. The Nook does not have the power of the Nexus, but for a Full HD 9" tablet it is excellent. The quality of the screen has to be seen to be believed. At stock it can be a bit sluggish, but with CM performance is quite acceptable. My experience with CM on the Nook has been quite good, but definitely not as stable as "pure" android on the Nexus devices. I have had Nexus 4 and 7 since their launches, and found them rock solid with absolutely no lockups etc. Ironically the only real niggle for me with the Nook and CM has been with the HUKD app, whenever I have followed a link out of the app it always force closes on return. This may have improved as I have not used the Nook for about 6 months as I now tend to use a Chromebook as my main portable device.

If you get one of these it is worth getting the spare PSU as the Nook uses a proprietary connector rather than the common micro-usb.

Grrrr , shame , i use hotukdeals all the time on my phone , typical , any chance of you turning your nook on , updating the app to see if the latest update fixes the issue ?!!?(updated a week or so ago)

On a full HD tablet just use the full site. :)
#33
Ive read that it has '30 pin hdmi compatible port' but am I right in assuming this isnt a proper small type HDMI port which I can use to hook up to the TV?
...and at the risk of being labelled stupid - can someone explain in simple terms what the advantages of the 'Cryanogomod' program are? .... Yes ive googled it & gathered that its an alternative operating system to android - But why? - Is it just an alternative home page skin?
Im not bothered about cameras, skyping, internet browsing, or games - just mainly to play downloaded movies via the card slot onto TV & possibly as an ereader - although I gather battery life is only around 10 hours
#34
Got the 32gb version and stuck in a 64gb card....masses of space now for me!...also have Nova launcher (full version) running, which is brill.

The larger screen is simply a joy!

I've never felt the need to mod it, but then again I use it mainly for music, movies and books....so my needs are oh so simple.

This tab is a steal....only hiccup is that it uses a proprietary cable to charge so wish nook had gone for usb. I also got a bluetooth keyboard and the hdmi adapter from the USA...for me this hdmi adapter was a must :O)

Hope this input helps and happy shopping :O)
#35
restyler
Ive read that it has '30 pin hdmi compatible port' but am I right in assuming this isnt a proper small type HDMI port which I can use to hook up to the TV?
...and at the risk of being labelled stupid - can someone explain in simple terms what the advantages of the 'Cryanogomod' program are? .... Yes ive googled it & gathered that its an alternative operating system to android - But why? - Is it just an alternative home page skin?
Im not bothered about cameras, skyping, internet browsing, or games - just mainly to play downloaded movies via the card slot onto TV & possibly as an ereader - although I gather battery life is only around 10 hours

Better battery life, runs smoother and KitKat version available

Can use Nova Launcher which does similar as a skin over the ropey standard setup
#36
capriboycraig
Worth noting for new buyers - any Nook accessory is £5 direct (delivered too) from Nook

http://www.nook.com/gb/store/accessories

Highlights left being the groovy stand in black or blue.

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515098_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515104_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

Hmmmm , tried to order the black one , using my credit card and both my debit cards , the says it cannot process any of my cards , they are all working fine etc......anyone else having the same issue ?!!?
#37
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Just Wondering
bytemaster
I must agree with all the positive comments above. I think the value of this deal compares well with the recent Sun+ deal for the Nexus 7 at £87. The Nook does not have the power of the Nexus, but for a Full HD 9" tablet it is excellent. The quality of the screen has to be seen to be believed. At stock it can be a bit sluggish, but with CM performance is quite acceptable. My experience with CM on the Nook has been quite good, but definitely not as stable as "pure" android on the Nexus devices. I have had Nexus 4 and 7 since their launches, and found them rock solid with absolutely no lockups etc. Ironically the only real niggle for me with the Nook and CM has been with the HUKD app, whenever I have followed a link out of the app it always force closes on return. This may have improved as I have not used the Nook for about 6 months as I now tend to use a Chromebook as my main portable device.

If you get one of these it is worth getting the spare PSU as the Nook uses a proprietary connector rather than the common micro-usb.

Grrrr , shame , i use hotukdeals all the time on my phone , typical , any chance of you turning your nook on , updating the app to see if the latest update fixes the issue ?!!?(updated a week or so ago)

On a full HD tablet just use the full site. :)

Yes true enough !!!
#38
Just Wondering
capriboycraig
Worth noting for new buyers - any Nook accessory is £5 direct (delivered too) from Nook

http://www.nook.com/gb/store/accessories

Highlights left being the groovy stand in black or blue.

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515098_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780594515104_p0_v1_s300x475.JPG

Hmmmm , tried to order the black one , using my credit card and both my debit cards , the says it cannot process any of my cards , they are all working fine etc......anyone else having the same issue ?!!?

Could be your browser? Had issues with similar before
#39
Is the screen better than Toshiba excite pro?
#40
what version of Android is this using?

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