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Posted by: Bill
« on: January 02, 2014, 15:21:23 »

Good basic info for me as a first time user. However it doesn't discuss the 32 GB part witch I have. BB
Posted by: Kindle Fire HD
« on: August 08, 2013, 03:10:36 »

Kindle Fire HD, Attractive HD display, great battery life, lots of "free" content for Amazon Prime subscribers

Kindle Fire HD Tablet 374 reviews for amazon.comHD display, anti-glare technology.‎

We purchased this for our 4 year old son, yes 4. Extremely easy for him to use without any adult help.
Posted by: Christopher Wright
« on: January 09, 2013, 15:16:16 »

I think to say it should be the "last tablet on your list" if you are not an Amazon nut is pushing your argument a bit too strong. It is a device which appears to tick many boxes at the price level - ereader, decent size screen, well built, Skype facility and internet. Can't see the IPad does so much more - especially at three times the price and just as locked-in - even if it has more apps currenrly.  If I have IPad money, I'll go off and buy a new laptop, which I need, rather than an expensive toy. The issue is - does the Kindle Fire tick sufficient bozes at this price level for a person who does make Amazon purchases? It seems it does. 
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: November 06, 2012, 05:42:15 »

The redesigned Fire. The $200 original stood alone when it launched, but more and more tablets are now steadily creeping up towards the price point and giving the Kindle Fire series a run for its money. Now with immediate competition, can the Kindle Fire HD 7 rekindle the budget tablet space?

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