We wondered what could possibly be done with a fully eInk NOOK running Android, and the first of those possibilities has risen – gaming. Angry Birds, one of the most popular games in mobile period, was ported to the device. As you might imagine, things aren’t pretty as the eInk display has to adjust the different levels of greyscale for changing colors and shades, but it works. Most of you won’t want to opt for this because of that reason, but the installation process also seems to be quite difficult. Regardless, it’s cool.
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