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Posted by: Gwen Bellin
« on: November 01, 2013, 17:54:28 »

I'm disappointed in NBR.  One of your great strengths is your display tests and subjective evaluations.  Amazon trumpets it's HDX displays covering 100% of the ARGB gamut.  You even cite that they make this claim.  They you proceed NOT to measure this display's color gamut. ???
Posted by: Allen.Ngo
« on: October 28, 2013, 21:36:42 »


I believe that our conclusion made it clear that a standard Android tablet is the better choice if the user has little or no interest in Amazon shopping or products. Nonetheless, apologies for the frustration.
Posted by: MikeI
« on: October 28, 2013, 19:53:27 »

I got the Fire HD (2nd gen) thinking it will take me mobile. Not so. Amazon's tablet is perhaps good for shopping on Amazon but that's about it. It is a CLOSED platform. Only the apps Amazon likes (has a deal going) will be installable. I could not put Chrome browser on it and that reduced my use a lot. It has no GPS! What? It is collecting dust. I think that Notebookcheck is a bit dull for not putting themselves in the shoes of the user. Oh, go play Angry Birds
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: October 28, 2013, 03:37:09 »

A brighter Fire. Now in its third generation, the Kindle Fire series shows no signs of burning out. It is still the go-to tablet for Amazon shoppers, but are the new hardware and software updates enough for Android fans to jump ship? We take a closer in-depth look at the new $229 model to see what's new.

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