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B&N unveils Nookcolor

Colornook Ladies and gentlemen, meet your new color e-reader.

A year after it released its Nook, Barnes & Noble unveiled its $249 Nookcolor, with a seven-inch VividView color touchscreen. With it comes Nook Kids, which will feature 12,000 chapter books and 130 pictures books for (who else?) young readers. Because kids like color. And so do magazine readers...and readers of graphic novels...

Not surprisingly, the Nookcolor begins shipping Nov. 19 - just in time for the holidays. It'll be in B&N stores in late November, as well available at Walmart and Best Buy

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