Even if you forced us to write a list of our favorite tablets at gunpoint, we’d be hard-pressed to put the Barnes & Noble Nook on that list–even if you asked us to do it a few year’s ago when bookstores were still relevant. Now, after the current pandemic and shuttering of more than a few retail empires, it seems ever more far fetched to back an enterprise like that–yet here we are, recommending you keep your eyes peeled for the new Nook 10″ HD Tablet that has Barnes & Noble and Lenovo teaming up to take a bite out of Bezos’ Amazon empire. Call us crazy, but we’re really looking forward to an affordable tablet with a quad-core, 2.3-GHz processor, 32GB of storage, and 10.1-inch HD touchscreen with TÜV Rheinland-certified eye protection, dual cameras, full metal body, Dolby Atmos audio, microSD slot for storage expansion, 10-hour battery life, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and an FM radio. What’s more, this perfectly appointed tablet is running a custom interface on top of a stock Android build, so you still have access to the full Google Play Store. The NOOK 10″ HD Tablet “Designed by Lenovo” will be available in early April 2021 starting at just $130.