Kindle Fire Review Shows Why Amazon Is Reporting Huge Sales, Reports TodaysStandard.com
The reviews of the new Kindle Fire HD are in and numerous, recent reports by TodaysStandard.com have a similar theme: The tablet is rather good-- better than the original Kindle Fire.
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The new Kindle Fire HD has numerous noteworthy upgrades compared with its predecessor reports TodayStandard.com. The high definition display, the front HD camera, bigger interior storage (up to 32GB), faster Wi Fi download speeds thanks to dual antennas, basic principles of the 8.9 style and accessibility of 3G and 4G LTE are some of the major additions to the 2nd generation Kindle Fire.
This week the folks at Amazon have made it clear that they continue to mean business with their line of Kindle Fire tablets, recently calling the Kindle Fire HD the "# 1 best-selling product throughout all of Amazon worldwide."
With the Kindle Fire HD, Amazon takes note that they preserve the crown for bestselling 7-inch tablet, that term once again not specified precisely. In this case however, offering the best 7-inch tablet would not be out of the realm of possibility for Amazon, as the Kindle Fire line has been doing incredibly well over the past year. TodaysStandard.com notes that they intend on continuing this trend with improvements to the Kindle Fire HD already in customers' hands.
Amazon states they'll be pushing a new free update to the Kindle Fire HD, software that will certainly be involving your device over-the-air. This means it'll show up on your tablet as a notification and you'll only need to push "yes" to obtain it on the device and loaded. This update consists of Kindle FreeTime, an attribute made specifically for kids.
This Kindle FreeTime allows parents to pick the material that a kid could see and secure the tablet with a password. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 will be shipping on November 20th and will be starting in at $ 299 USD. You can see the latest deals on this site.
Additionally getting high marks were its 8 hours of battery life, improved access to cloud storage, and the addition of a physical volume button and camera-- 2 knocks against the initial Fire. Like its predecessor, the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD sells for $ 199 variation can cost $ 299. That's $ 200 less than the likewise sized iPad and $ 100 less than Apple is currently version of the iPad 2. TodaysStandard.com has posted this video of a great Kindle Fire review here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecgRnTZbxR8
Consumer Reports stated it discovered "no major flaws" with the new Kindle tablet. But the one problem they had with it consisted of the absence of a totally stocked app store, absence of a memory card to contribute to its 16GB or 32GB of memory and the reality that the advertised prices are for a "special offers" variation that includes ads. (Ad-free variations are readily available for $ 15 more).
"While our tests continue, the Kindle Fire HD shows every sign of being an extremely worthy tablet. It's also attractively priced (regardless of our quibbles), costing less, for example, than a 16GB Google Nexus 7, even if you add the cost of a battery charger and the no-Special-Offers upgrade," CR stated, it’s still a great buy.
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