You can expand the storage of your Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ by inserting a Micro SD card into the device. With so many different kinds of Micro SD cards though, which one is compatible with a Nook HD+?
The Nook HD+ is compatible with a Class 6 MicroSDHC card. Sizes can be up to 32GB with this type of card. Which is enough space to hold over 10,000 ebooks, which should be sufficient for even the most avid ebook reader.
Of course if you use your Nook HD+ for more than just ebooks and need extra space for videos or music, you can also use a Class 6 MicroSDXC card with a size of up to 64GB.
I should not that if you have a class 10 card and wish to use it with your Nook HD+, it will work just fine. You just won’t get class 6 speeds. Speed matters very little with ebooks and the class of your card doesn’t affect the speed of turning a page and such. Playing and recording video files is really where class speed matters.
When it comes to brands, you can pretty much use anything. I’ve seen people scream that SanDisk branded cards are the best, but they all seem the same to me. I’ve been purchasing Walgreens branded SDcards for years with all of my devices and have never had problems.
Well there you have it. This post should’ve covered anything you need to know about using an SD card with your Nook HD+. If you have any further questions, feel free to post a comment below.