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The NOOK Book: An Unofficial Guide: Everything you need to know about the NOOK Tablet, NOOK Color, and the NOOK Simple Touch, Third Edition by Patrick Kanouse

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Chapter 13. Getting Started with Your NOOK

Congratulations on your new NOOK. The NOOK second edition was released by B&N on June 4, 2011. This new NOOK features a touchscreen interface, removes the dual-screen of the first edition, and is smaller in size; reading on it is comfortable, though, and you won’t notice any loss because of the size difference. Actually, the reading experience is significantly improved.

Note

Barnes & Noble uses a lowercase n when it spells NOOK and for the NOOK’s logo.

Before getting into the details of using your NOOK, you need to do some things right now.

Understanding NOOK Gestures

You control your NOOK, excepting the Power button, Home button, and page turn controls, with gestures:

Tap: This is the most common ...

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