Have you got a Nook Color? Want to use it as a tablet as well as a color LCD reader? Well you now thanks to nookDevs and a bit of Android rooting action.
With a 800MHz ARM chip powering a modified Android ROM, it was fairly obvious from the get-go that the Color could make for a decent, cheap, DIY tablet, and now that dream has been realized. Of course the actual process of rooting the Nook Color is pretty involved — it’s no simple unlock like Windows Phone 7 — but anyone with a keen eye, access to a Linux machine, and a bit of terminal-fu, can turn their $250 reader into a 7-inch IPS-wielding, Wi-Fi-connected, Android tablet.
Full Instructions: nookDevs