So how responsive is the NOOKcolor?
I have no words.
Movies work well on there too. I have 4 on there now.
If you are looking to explore tablets to try and discover if they have a place in your gadgets inventory then this is a cheap way to do this. It is lacking with the camera and microphone but all in all I have no complaints. Its a sturdy/responsive device.
I've rooted and intalled CM7 into the eMMC (internal memory). As booting from SD would be obviously slower.
I haven't tried HoneyComb, because I haven't got the time to load it into a microSD card and boot the NC from there (just to look at it, as I KNOW that I'm better off with CM7 GingerBread).
I have to admit, I do feel it a little sluggish usually. I would guess its because of the processor. Here in Mexico, I could easily sell my Nook Color for about $4,500 mexican pesos (around $400USDs), and get myself a Samsung Galaxy 7" WiFi Tab for $5,999 MXN.. I'd be willing to pay a little extra for the better processor. But, from what I've heard and read; it ain't much better. I have no use for the Bluetooth, and even if I'd certainly use the GPS, i have my Droid X for that... Thing is, I love my NookColor. It is so much more elegant than the Galaxy.