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Amazon Kindle Fire Review

Amazon Kindle Fire

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Amazon Kindle Fire Review
Internally, the Kindle Fire is packing a 4,400 mAh battery that’s able to supply enough juice to last us more than a single day of normal usage. In fact, it was only at the 50% mark by the end of the day before we called it in for the night, which is pretty good by today’s standards. Its battery life is more than optimal to appease a wide array of users – even power ones!


Conclusion:

In a nutshell, if you currently own an iPad or Android tablet, you’re not missing anything. However, if you are on the market, looking for a tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire has something to offer, thanks to its killer pricing.

When compared to the better 7-inch tablets, it is rather limited – the Amazon Appstore is not as rich as the Android Market (or Apple's iOS App Store), but still has lots to offer. The interface is not as polished and misses the Google Services (like Gmail, YouTube, etc) but hopefully additional software will compensate for this.

The Kindle Fire is, however, definitely affordable, with a price tag that puts it in a class without rivals , except the Barnes & Noble Tablet or promotional sales. And you still get decent screen, hardware, internet browsing and multimedia experience and so on and so on.

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Pros

  • Very affordable
  • Solid construction

Cons

  • Amazon Appstore is very limited compared to the Android Market
  • Inconsistent performance
  • No video chat camera
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PhoneArena rating:
7.5Good
Display7.0 inches, 1024 x 600 pixels (170 ppi) IPS LCD
Hardware
TI OMAP4, Dual-core, 1000 MHz
0.5 GB RAM
Size7.48 x 4.72 x 0.45 inches
(190 x 120 x 11.4 mm)
14.57 oz  (413 g)

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