Which Nook Device Do You Have?

Barnes and Noble has released many versions of the Nook over the past few years. It can be tough to tell which version you have. Here are some tips to tell the models apart. To find your model number, visit "Settings", tap "Device Info", and tap "About Your Nook".

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Which Nook Device Do You Have?

Original Nook

Barnes and Noble’s original Nook, released in November 2009, has a 6 x 3.5 inch screen. The distinctive feature on this Nook is a split screen – a black and white e ink display at the top and a color touch screen at the bottom of the device. Arrow buttons on each side turn pages. It has a white front bezel and a gray back. Model number: BNRZ100.

Original Nook WiFi Version

The Wi-Fi Version was released in 2010 and has a white back instead of gray. Model number: BNRV100.

Nook Color

The Nook Color was the first Nook to features a full-color screen. It has a touch screen and a key-chain-loop, clip-like design feature in the lower left hand corner of the device. Model numbers: BNRV200 or NOOKcolor.

Nook Simple Touch

The Nook Simple Touch was released in June of 2011. It has a completely black and white display and is almost square, 6.5 x 5 inches. Model number: BNRV300.

Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight

The Glowlight has an almost identical, squarish shape as the original Simple Touch. However, it was released in 2012 and has a built-in LED lights on the display. Model number: BNRV350.

Nook Tablet

The Nook Tablet was released in 2011 and has a similar appearance to the Nook Color with a key chain loop in the lower left corner. The 16GB carries the model number BNTV250 and 8GB model BNTV250A.

Nook HD

The Nook HD and HD+ were both released in 2012. The Nook HD is the smaller of the two at 7 inches. It is available in two colors, Snow (white) and Smoke (grayish-black). Its vertical sides show a thicker bezel than the bottom or the top. Model number: BNTV400.

Nook HD+

The Nook HD+ is larger at 9 inches and it can also be distinguished by the key-chain hole feature in its lower left corner. The HD+ was only released in black. Model number: BNTV600.

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