Samsung and Barnes & Noble today announced a bigger, 10.1-inch version of their Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, priced at $299.99. It's available starting today in black. Despite carrying a larger display, the new Android Nook tablet still features a resolution of 1280x800, so going bigger means you'll be sacrificing on pixel density and sharpness a bit with a lowly ppi of 149. But opting for the 10.1 Nook does come with at least one benefit: the microSD storage slot accepts cards up to 64GB on this model, whereas the 7-inch version maxes out at 32GB. There's also been a slight change inside, with the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 borrowing the same 1.2 GHz Qualcomm processor that shipped in the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 earlier this year.