We are all familiar with two of the most competitive, quickly evolving gadget markets around today: e-readers and tablets. Between the battle of everyone vs. Amazon’s Kindle in e-readers, and everyone vs. Apple’s iPad in tablets, we gadget lovers have reaped the benefits when it comes to such stout competition.One of the more interesting products in these markets is one that actually falls into both categories: Barnes and Noble’s Nook Color e-reader. Don’t mistake this for the lower end “e-Ink” Nook. The Nook Color has a 7-inch IPS screen and is stuffed full of the same electronics you’ll find in a tablet like the Galaxy Tab, or Motorola Xoom. Also like all other non-iPad tablets, the Nook Color runs a customized version of Android, which means you can load other versions of Android and customize to your heart’s desire.AdChoices广告The Nook is also unique because it allows for book sharing. You can download the Nook app on a plethora of devices, not just e-readers. You can share books with your friends and family members, just like you would with a physical paper book.With Buy.com offering refurbished Nook Colors for $199, this is easily the best value in Android tablets, even if you’re keen on rooting and loading custom ROMs. We hear this deal is limited to the stock on hand so don’t wait too long for this one.Get the deal at logicbuy.