When you compare tablet computers before buying, you are able to make a better purchase decision. Here is a Nook Tablet Vs Kindle Fire vs Kobo Vox comparison.
Of the three touch tablet computers the Nook Tablet has the highest storage capacity of 16GB internal memory. The Kobo Vox has the second largest storage, as it has 8GB internal memory, which is expandable to up to 32GB by using a microSD card. The Kindle Fire Color has 8GB internal memory, but its storage is not expandable like that of the Nook Tablet and the Kobo Vox. All the three touch tablet computers enable you to store your content on the Cloud Storage at no cost.
The three touch tablet computers have build-in Wi-Fi, which enables you to connect to the Internet to search for, stream and download content. When you buy a Nook Table you are able to get up to 1 hour per day of free Wi-Fi at any Barnes and Noble bookshop near you. AT&T also offers you free Wi-Fi via hotspots located nationwide in universities, hospitals, hotels etc.
Of the three touch tablet computers the Nook Tablet has the highest battery life of up to 11.5 hours of reading or 9 hours of watching videos on a single battery charge. The second position for battery durability is almost a tie, as the Kindle Fire Color gives you 8 hours of reading or 6 hours of watching videos on a single battery charge, whereas the Kobo Vox gives you 7 hours of reading or 6 hours of watching videos on a single battery charge.
The Kobo Vox offers you the largest bookstore i.e. the Kobo bookstore, which has more than 2.2 million books and over 1 million free e-books. The Nook Table offers you the second largest bookstore i.e. the Barnes and Noble bookstore, which has more than 2 million books and more than 1 million free e-books. The Kindle Fire Color offers you the Kindle Store, which has more than 1 million books and more than 900,000 free e-books. However, as you compare tablet computers, bookstore should not worry you as you can shop at any bookstore and transfer the e-books on to your tablet PC using a USB flash disk. There are also free reading apps, which enable you to read books on any device regardless of the file format.