Barnes & Noble and Samsung have launched the latest iteration in their joint mission to combine tablets and e-readers.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook follows on from the $150 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet that launched last August, and the $250 10-inch alternative that followed two months later.
Above: Galaxy Tab S2 Nook
While Barnes & Noble once made its own tablets, it revealed back in 2013 that it would be relying on hardware partnerships instead — and Samsung was the first of thest to come to market. It’s worth noting here that Barnes & Noble continues to build its own e-readers in-house.