The Nook Is Shipping More Units Than The Kindle

Posted on April 27th, 2010 in Topically Topical by Gerry

MobyLives links to a report from Taiwan which claims that Barnes & Noble’s e-reader is shipping  a higher number of units than Amazon’s Kindle last month.

It makes sense for two reasons, Moby concludes: A)there is a certain market saturation with the Kindle and B) customers can fiddle with a Nook before buying it, which explains why Amazon will start selling Kindles in Target stores.

Not the most earthshattering news to report, for sure, but it is interesting to see how adding more players to the e-reader game is changing the playing field.

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