Nook Simple Touch With Glowlight Gets Uk Price Cut, Drops Below £50

DNP Nook price cut

Barnes & Noble’s innovative lighting technology shines uniformly across the display and adjusts with just a touch, so customers can control the amount of light, whether in a dimly lit or pitch dark room. NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight, as well as the critically acclaimed NOOK(R) HD and NOOK(R) HD+ tablets, are available at major UK retailers including Argos, ASDA, Blackwell’s, Foyles, Currys and PC World, John Lewis, Sainsbury’s and Very, both in stores and online. NOOK now has the most affordable line of eReaders and tablets in the UK. Customers can purchase the 7-inch NOOK HD for just 79 (8GB) and 99 (16GB), while the 9-inch NOOK HD+ tablet is available for just 129 (16GB) and 149 (32GB). For more information visit NOOK.co.uk. Additional NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight Features: — Shop 2.5 Million Books and More: NOOK wirelessly connects via Wi-Fi to the NOOK Store(R) (NOOK.co.uk), one of the world’s largest digital bookstores with more than 2.5 million digital books, including more than 1 million free titles. As well as top-selling UK eBooks, new releases, classics, favourite UK newspapers and magazines, the NOOK Store also offers a large collection of titles from independent publishers and self-publishing authors through the NOOK Press(TM) programme. — Light, Compact and Portable: Its easy-to-hold, contoured design and soft-touch back make it comfortable to read for extended periods of time. The durable and lightweight device is compact enough to fit in a jacket, pocket, handbag or backpack and is lighter than a paperback, at less than 200g. — Long-Lasting Battery Life: NOOK Simple Touch GlowLight is optimised for extra-long battery life, enabling customers to read over one month on a single charge with the light on, or over two months with GlowLight off.* — Easy-to-Use, Responsive Touchscreen: Its intuitive touchscreen allows customers to look up words, highlight passages, adjust the font and search. A Personalised Experience: Customers can make the NOOK experience their own, and can choose from several font sizes and styles to customise their favourite reads. NOOK eReaders can be personalised with pre-loaded screensavers or personal photos, as well as a selection of colourful, high-quality accessories to suit every style. For more information on any of NOOK’s innovative products and devices, including the Free NOOK Reading Apps(TM) for iOS and Android devices, or to shop the more than 2.5 million titles available in the NOOK Store, visit NOOK.co.uk.

UK changes documents legalisation process for British nationals in UAE

Instead, they have to send those documents to the UK legalisation Office in Milton Keynes and to the UAE embassy in London by courier or through specialised companies providing this service, an official spokesperson of the British embassy in Dubai told Gulf News on Thursday. British citizens used to get a UK public document legalised at the British embassies in the UAE. This means a signature, seal or stamp made by a UK public official on the document is confirmed as genuine by the UK government. We are introducing important changes to how we deliver notarial and documentary services. These changes will result in a more streamlined service of the legalisation process which will allow staff to spend more time helping the most vulnerable people and the most serious cases, a statement issued on Thursday by the British embassy in Dubai said. It said the changes are part of the new Consular Strategy 2013-2016 of UK FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth office), which aims to achieving consular excellence. The strategy says: By 2016 our processes will be more efficient and staff will spend more time helping the most vulnerable people and the most serious cases. Our services will always be of high quality, but we may vary the level of service across the network according to local circumstances. Customers will have more choice in how they access our services. We will be able to respond to changing needs and to react to crisis situations effectively. Unlike most consular services, the British embassies and consulates in 146 countries are not responsible for visas, which are the responsibility of the UK Border Agency (UKBA). Our office is now contacting every legalisation customer on our records and within our reach to explain the legalisation process and we will also advertise this on our website, Facebook, and Twitter, the embassy statement said. For customers who have any questions, they can contact the embassy on +971 43094444 or email us at consular.uae@fco.gov.uk. For more information, visit the web page https://www.gov.uk/notarial-and-documentary-services-guide-for-the-united-arab-emirates. Fact Box