The Nook Color completely changed the ereader. Do to its low price paired with Android at the core and a great development community it was able to entice many many users. Barnes and Noble saw the success of the Nook Color and decided to continue the line with the Nook Tablet. Once again the development community jumped on board and brought the best out of the Nook Tablet. Until recently to bring Android to the forefront of your Nook Tablet you had to root it and void the warranty but now there is an easy fix. The solution is a bootable sd card that you just put into your Nook Tablet and it boots right into Android.
The company that offers the sd cards is called N2A Cards. They currently sell 8,16, and 32 gb sd cards for both the Nook Color and the Nook Tablet, prices range from $34.99 to $74.99. After browsing their site I did find that their Nook Tablet card only works for the 16gb Nook Tablet and not the new 8gb Nook Tablet. Using the N2A card looks like a super easy way to unlock the full potential of either your Nook Color or your Nook Tablet. If you would like to look into this further head over to www.n2acards.com