Fast Forward: Nook Color finds niche market
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Fast Forward: Nook Color finds niche market

Barnes and Noble's Nook Color is an e-reader that sits between the Kindle and the iPad. Though it lacks some features available in tablet computers, it makes up for it by nailing the basics. (AJ Chavar and Rob Pegoraro/The Washington Post)

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