In an attempt to keep up with the competition, Barnes & Noble unveiled their new high-definition tablet today and so far their product has been well received by analysts. Barnes & Noble is hoping to keep their business alive by investing more resources in the e-books industry as the physical book market has taken a dramatic downturn in recent years. The store has seen declining sales amid growing concerns that they will go the way of Borders book stores if they fail to evolve. The new tablet, that will be available this November, will retail for $199. The Nook HD tablet will feature a 7 inch screen that they hope will compete with the most recent models launched by Google and Amazon. They will also release a $269 model that they hope can compete with Apple’s iPad. The new tablets are lighter and thinner than the competition and will allow multiple users to have their own home pages.