Nook HD: The Missing Manual – The Book That Should Have Been In The Box by Preston Gralla is an easy-to-follow instruction manual on how to utilize the many functions of the Nook HD and HD+ tablets.
A strength of the presentation is that it is highly organized and follows a sequential pattern from initially setting up the unit to actual use in a plethora of applications.
Gralla explains the technical capabilities and installation for the Nook including the USB port connector, microphone, high resolution color touchscreen and the SD slot to add more storage.
There is even a section on how to troubleshoot wifi – which all too often comes in handy.
The Nook can perform many tasks like reading ebooks, managing multimedia and categorizing emails. The manual shows how to set up the unit, as well as download APPS. In addition, there is an excellent explanation of how to get files on to the Nook, as well as transfer files from the Nook to your computer.
Gralla provides many details on how to set up email, navigate Gmail, import Facebook contacts, use the nook for Twitter and lend/borrow books to/from friends. On the Nook HD you can read a book, experiment with Apps, go online, be social on Twitter, watch a movie, listen to your favorite music or
subscribe to your favorite newspaper or magazine.
Nook HD – The Missing Manual is a very useful device for managing your most important information needs.
The book and the unit are easy to use for a wide variety of everyday applications. The presentation is written clearly and concisely.