Barnes & Noble has just announced a price cut on the Nook Glow. This ereader combines an easily damaged frontlight with an out-of-date E-ink screen, now costs $99 in the US.
At first glance this compares well to the Kobo Glo and the Kindle Paperwhite, 2 ereaders which retail for $129 and $119, but those ereaders also have higher resolution screens and frontlights which can't be damaged simply by dropping your car keys on the screen.
And the Nook Glow is not going to look good when compared to what is going to be announced in the next month or so. If you're thinking about buying an ereader, don't forget that Kobo has an event coming up in a couple weeks. They're bound to announce a new ereader (and a tablet).
There's a good chance Amazon is going to announce something new, and heck, for all we know B&N might have a new Nook in the pipeline. There's nothing new on the FCC website, but that could change.