CrunchGear: Barnes & Noble Nook Color

CrunchGear on the B&N Nook Color:

A black-and-white display is fine when you’re reading text-heavy books. You know, histories, biographies, novels, etc. Maybe if you have children and you want an e-reading device a color screen would be worth something to you. You can read Dracula just fine in paperback form, or in black-and-white e-book form. The same probably can’t be said about all those Dr. Seuss books: color is huge there.

It’s not just about color in books: magazines and newspapers are included too. Color can be essential in even text-heavy books like textbooks.