Monday, November 14, 2011

Nook tablet v.s Kindle fire

As most people know, the Nook tablet and the Kindle are technology advancements in the way people perceive reading. They are obviously from two different companies so they are competing against each other, but which is better? That is a matter of opinion but most people would choose upon price. The price of the Kindle Fire, which was recently released, was set at a low $199 which is close to $50 less than the Nook tablet. Both have many different cool features but the point of them is to have books easy to read and easy access for people. This concept brings in another competitor, the iPad 2 which also allows for the user to have a library of books but that is not the main purpose of the iPad 2. It will be interesting to see how the two competitors decide to change their way of business and sales because the consumers are not attracted to it as much as the other due to price or quality.

1 comment:

Aditya said...

Is price the only factor that will et consumers to buy one profuct or another? Other factors can affect which is bought as well. The change in income that people make - will affect their decision. How popular are the products? Perhaps each product needs updates or new versions with enhanced features to get ahead of its competitors. While the price of the product itself is a major factor, other factors, some not involving the actual product at all, can majorly affect how much of the product is sold.