Barnes & Noble is seriously beefing up its Nook ecosystem by striking deals with studios and other providers to bring a ton of new video content to its HD and HD+ tablets. Debuting equal with the slates, expected to start shipping in the US this week, thousands of SD and HD movies and TV shows from the likes of NBCUniversal, 20th Century Fox and others will be acquirable for your consumption. Brits will get the same relief a little later, coinciding with the local release of the tablets closer to the holiday season. B&N won't force you to buy its accouterments to enjoy the expanded catalogue, as it'll be releasing free Nook Video apps in the future to access the content from all platforms. What's more, you'll also be able to view UltraViolet video on the HD and HD+, meaning you can watch all that erstwhile purchased content right from the get-go. This is undoubtedly a huge bonus for consumers that have a big UV library, and coupled with all the new content, we wouldn't be go now!www.comparethemarket.com
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addle if Nook sales start stealing a little heat from the Fire.
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