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Barnes & Noble Nook HD has a pixel density of:
242.59

A.K.A. HD Nook
Released: 2012

Resolution: 1440×900 7″ display

Totaling 1.30mp (megapixels) and having a PPI of 242.59

Category: Tablet, E-Reader
Tags: nook, hd, barnes and nobles, android, microsd

Nook HD Tablets
NookHD+Tablet.jpg
The Nook HD+, the larger of the Nook HD series
Manufacturer Barnes & Noble
Type Tablet, media player, E-book reader
Operating system Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwhich with customized Nook User Interface[1]
Unofficial Android versions without Nook (e.g. User Interface) software: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and Android 4.4.4 Kit Kat
System-on-chip used Texas Instruments OMAP 4
CPU ARM Cortex-A9
7″ model: dual-core 4470 @ 1.3 GHz[2]
9″ model: dual-core 4470 @ 1.5 GHz
Memory 1 GB RAM[2]
Storage 7″ model: Flash memory
8 or 16 GB and microSDXC slot currently allows adding up to 64 GB[3]
9″ model: Flash memory
16 or 32 GB and microSDXC slot currently allows adding up to 64 GB
Display 7″ model: LED Backlit screen (1440×900 @ 243 PPI), 7 in (180 mm) diagonal
9″ model: LED Backlit screen (1920×1280 @ 257 PPI), 9 in (230 mm) diagonal[4]
Graphics Imagination Technologies PowerVR SGX544[2] and Vivante GC320 2D graphics core
Input Capacitive multitouch screen
Connectivity Wireless via Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth[2]
Weight 7″ model: 315 g
9″ model: 515 g
Predecessor Nook Tablet
Successor Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook (7.0″ LCD) and Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook (10.1″ LCD)
Website Official website

This righthand infobox courtesy of Wikipedia.

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