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I have this edition of the Nook, with the AT&T 3G and WiFi and I've been very happy with it. It's durable, readable and holds a charge for days. With the added SD card it can hold 1000's of texts. I currently carry reference PDFs, MP3s and ebooks wherever I go.

I did buy it on sale last April for $99, but I've since seen it going for $79. This price can be beat if you shop around.

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Not really a deal.
B&N sells the Nook simple touch for $79 on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300589902031

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The Nook Classic is still the way to go if you want to play audio books, since the Touch does not have that feature.

Also, even though the Nook Touch has 2 gigs of memory, only 200 megs is available for sideloading books (via USB)

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@javyn: Exactly, I have the micro SD card loaded and have roughly 4 GBs, of which about 3.5 GBs are still free. And since almost all is on the SD card, I can move it easily to other devices in the future. Plus ePub and PDF will be well supported on many devices in the future.

In reply to your comment: "... Also, even though the Nook Touch has 2 gigs of memory, only 200 megs is available for sideloading books (via USB)"