Amazon Kindle Fire Review
The Kindle Fire is a very important tablet as it marks Amazon’s first foray into a colour media tablet PC. Amazon have a huge range of digital content available so it immediately has a great library to support it. So how does it match up to the competition?
Below you’ll find a video review showing you the hardware and the different content that’s available on the Kindle Fire.
The media content covers Newsstand magazines, Books, Music, Video (films and TV programmes), Docs, Apps and Web browsing.
It’s clear the Amazon Kindle Fire is designed to allow you to get at the huge range of Amazon digital media. It’s a true consumption device. This is slightly different from other tablet PCs that also have a focus on creating as well as consuming.
That said, it’s cheap at $199 and has a great range of available media in the Amazon eco-system. It’s also extremely easy to use.
Watch the video below to get more of a flavour about the capabilities of the Kindle Fire tablet.
Check out the Kindle Fire on Amazon.com
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