NOOK Tablet PerformanceThe home screen shows your most recent books, magazines, and apps, and can be customized by pinning particular books and apps to the screen or with wallpapers made of your own photos or from live wallpapers available in the NOOK app store. Quick access buttons at the bottom of the screen act as shortcuts to books, the newsstand, movies, music, and other apps. The overall use and reading experience is quite pleasant; even non-techies should be able to get started right away. Tapping near the bottom of the screen brings up the navigation and settings menu, where you can navigate to a specific chapter, note, or bookmark, change the font or font size, or adjust the brightness of the screen. You can set bookmarks, open multiple windows, find a specific word on the page, and pinch to zoom. Flash works great too, for a more feature-rich experience, and none of my Flash test sites crashed the device.
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