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HD+

(High Definition Plus) A screen resolution of 1480x720 pixels. See HD.
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Under the new agreement with Discovery Networks Germany, SES's German HD media platform HD+ is delivering a 'Eurosport package' offer, which includes access to the new sports channel Eurosport 2 HD Xtra and the Eurosport Player on any device.
Under this promotion, the NOOK HD is available at USD129 for 8GB and USD149 for 16GB, while NOOK HD+ is offered at USD149 for 16GB and USD179 for 32GB at Barnes & Noble bookstores and on NOOK.com.
From 15 December 2012 to 16 December 2012, customers who purchased NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ at any Barnes & Noble store received a free USD20 Barnes & Noble Gift Card, while supplies lasted.
On Wednesday, America's largest book retailer quietly announced its 7-inch Nook HD and its 9-inch Nook HD+ tablets, aimed to compete in this holiday season's arms race alongside tech heavyweights Google, Apple and Microsoft.
Satellite operator SES (Paris:SESG.PA)(LuxX:SESG.PA) announced today that its German HD+ platform has reached over 2.6 million households at the end of the first quarter of 2012.
The offer will include all free-to-air, TV and radio channels in Standard and High Definition (HD) currently aired by SES ASTRA including HD+ as well as the typical Entertain services like Video on Demand, a TV archive and an Electronic Programme Guide.
The NOOK HD+ offers a full HD 9-inch display with resolution of 1920 x 1280 and 256 pixels per inch for up to 1080p for movies, magazines and more.
Satellite operator SES SA (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) announced on Thursday that its HD offering HD+ has continued to grow successfully throughout the first two years of its market presence.
In October 2012, HD+ announced that 2.8m households were receiving the service, with 2m households in their free-trial period and 800k households paying the HD+ annual fee (up nearly 300% from 2011).
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 27, 2012-Barnes & Noble launches the new NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ tablets(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com