Amazon’s Jeff Bezos delivered a smooth presentation showing us four new devices to choose from. The $159 Kindle Fire is a slightly upgraded version of the original 7-inch tablet. Then, the $199 Kindle Fire HD 7-inch is a tablet with a high-res screen and a dual-core processor, much like the Nexus 7 but at that same price it offers 16GB of internal storage, twice more than the Nexus.
Amazon also surprised us with a 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD. Not only this was unexpected, so was the very high-res 1920 x 1080-pixel screen and low, $299 price on the device. With LTE and more storage, the same tablet goes for $499.
So which one of the four did you like most? Seems that the majority of our readers found the perfect balance in the $299 1080p 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD. Almost 50% of the votes went in the 8.9-inch Fire HD direction with the $199 Kindle Fire HD 7-inch being the closest runner up with around 32% of the votes.
All new Amazon tablets are up for pre-order now, so you can back up your votes with your dollars if you wish so.