Has the much-awaited Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD versions lived up to its hyped expectations? With prominent names and products like Apple iPad and Google Nexus 7 vying for attention in the tablet-sales atmosphere, the Kindle Fire High Definition has to carve a unique niche to increase Amazon’s market value. The lesser price tag on the fresh Kindle versions and other innovative functionality are the encompassing features with which the gadgets woo the consumers.
The Kindle Fire HD Make
The two-sized models of 7-inches and 8.9 inches are lightweight, with an easy rubber-back grip and a slim demeanor. The vying feature is the amazingly clear picture quality that is produced with a high 1920 x 1200 resolution. Videos, games and other entertainment programs appear best when viewed on this gadget. You can watch any movie on this tablet with the in-built Video Converter for Mac that enables format conversion and viewing of all system arrangements.
Pros and Cons
The excellent range of color spectrums and the presence of polarizing filter techniques offer a unique read-and-sight experience, possible even at bright light and all angles. The integrated touch sensor facility allows the user to witness spectacular imaging and reduced-glare capability. With HDMI port, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi services, TI OMAP 4470 processor, Dolby speakers, and 16 GB storage capacity, the gadget is none-the-less in comparison with existing models.
The latest integrated MIMO technology enhances receiving tendency of surplus signals. All these wondrous functionalities along with the tablets’ incredible speed (41 percent more than similar Apple and Google makes) have added positively to Amazon’s name and services.
The main drawback of Kindle Fire HD is the reduced visible presence of Android’s numerous software applications. The other reasons include that the tablet can possibly play only with its own make of gadgets, and the no availability of sensors like NFC, GPS and integrated map that is present in Nexus 7.
Tablet Kindle Fire
The presence of Amazon MP3, Kindle e-books and several videos are the add-ons that the Kindle HD provides. Priced at $199 for the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and at $299 for the 8.9- inch version, the new Amazon gadgets are the tablets to lookout for, with leading online info stores and entertainment programs for its users.