You're forgiven if you thought Barnes & Noble's Nook brand was dead — but as it turns out, it was just hibernating. The bookstore has teamed up with Lenovo on its latest model, given the uninspiring moniker of Nook 10" HD Tablet. Tablet being the key word there, as its quad-core, 2.3-GHz processor, 32GB of storage, and 10.1-inch HD touchscreen with TÜV Rheinland-certified eye protection make it good for far more than just reading books. It also has cameras in the front and back, a full metal body, Dolby Atmos audio, a microSD slot for storage expansion, 10-hour battery life, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and, amazingly, an FM radio. It runs a custom interface on top of Android, but thankfully has access to the Google Play Store, and thus a vast ecosystem of apps. Arriving in stores next month.