Is Amazon’s New Kindle Fire as Hot as its Hype?

In the tablet world today Amazon has released a potential “Deadly Weapon” to compete against the iPad this holiday season. Does the device stack up to its competition though? Let’s see what this “weapon” is actually able to bring to the table.

The Kindle Fire offers a wide range of entertainment for anyone who enjoys web browsing, media, books and much more. Enjoying your favorite content should be easy and this is where the Kindle Fire shines.

With one touch, you can enter Amazon’s extensive library and browse through over 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, apps, magazines and books. You will always have the most recent content at your fingertips with the new Kindle Fire!

You will surely love the stunning color touch-screen of the Kindle Fire. The 7” screen is similar in technology to the iPad, is extremely vibrant, and provides an extra wide viewing angle that is perfect for sharing your screen with others.

If you’re not tech-savy then you don’t have to worry because the Kindle Fire is very simple and easy-to-use, with an intuitive interface that makes browsing through your favorite content a breeze.

It has a fast dual-core processor and a quick web browsing capability. In a flash you can access your favorite books, songs, games, as well as your e-mail. It’s also easy to hold in just one hand and is a durable unit.

I guess it is safe to say that the Kindle Fire, at less than half the cost of the iPad 2, is well worth purchasing. The Fire deserves a “2 Thumbs Up” in every category. Feel the burn Apple!


Posted on December 8, 2011, in Technology, Top Stories and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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