Amazon Kindle Fire is 'reignite' and 'shoot' up the eReader market! From roots as a Kindle e-book reader specifically, Amazon's new eReader is no longer just that. It is now a full-blown multimedia tablet designed to compete alongside top competitors such as Apple's iPad.
Amazon fire television is a crucial player in transforming the way people like watching video, and audio content in the comfort of their home or even business. Let's take a closer look at the Kindle Fire to see how it stacks up.
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Screen Kindle Fire uses a new technology known as IPS (in-plane switching), which is also found in the iPad to allow extra wide angle. One major highlight is the screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, which produce quality images 169 pixels per inch (ppi).
It is interesting to know that it beats the iPad 2 are just sports 132 ppi. The display of the Kindle Fire is made of Gorilla Glass, which is a chemically strengthened glass is said to be 20-30 times harder than plastic, which is a nice addition to durability.
Internet browsing on the Kindle Fire is not due to less lowly than the Amazon Silk browser. Silk enabling technology "split browser" that makes the most of the Amazon cloud storage and the latest dual-core processor on board.
Although the internal storage of the Kindle Fire is only 8GB versus a choice of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB Apple iPad 2, Amazon overcome this deficiency by making full use of cloud storage. Users of kindle fire can store and back up many e-books and files online in the 'cloud' as well, similar to the latest iPad iCloud in iOS 5.