New Nook Touch Hits FCC

It’s all wrapped up in a 90-day confidentiality request, so no external photos, no internal photos, and no user manual.

But you can see the label placement:

And it has a great code name:

And those wondering about landscape mode:

Regarding the model BNRV300, an electronic book reader, we hereby attest that this device can only be used in a lap held, portrait position. No other orientations are supported by this device.

Portrait-only!

FCC link

Previously here:

Nook Touch Demo Video
Barnes & Noble Nook Touch Size Comparison
Barnes & Noble Nook Website Change
Barnes & Noble Unveils New Nook

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2 responses to “New Nook Touch Hits FCC

  1. Pingback: Nook Touch hits the FCC | The Digital Reader

  2. Timothy Wilhoit

    B&N was furious about Amazon raining on their “two month battery!” applause line yet they would have gotten a bigger round of applause if they had announced “landscape mode capable!” ^_^

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