Saturday, 1 October 2011

Amazon adds Fire to Kindle

Amazon Kindle Fire
Amazon Kindle Fire has gotten its announcement a little early, reports that the Kindle Fire is 7inch IPS display (1024x600), dual-core processor, running Android and functioning as a “soaped-up version of the Kindle.” at 413g, a pretty lightweight frame. There’s 8GB of built-in storage and the battery’s rated to last for eight hours of continuous reading or 7.5 hours of video playback (with Wife switched off). A 3.5mm headphone jack is naturally included as is a pair of top-mounted stereo speakers with start at $199. To reach that keen price, Amazon has eschewed the integration of a camera, microphone or 3G, though the Fire WILL comes with Wife and a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime. Prime membership typically costs $79 per year and grants the benefits of free two-day shipping and access to Amazon’s video-streaming service.

It has all the necessary functionality you would expect from a tablet if not better; from reading books, accessing your email/apps to subscribing movies and songs and many more. It has been broadcasted on Sept. 28 11 - Amazon CEO Jeff Bozos.

However, in theory, this will be free hassle in terms of payment (Credit/Debit payments) as Amazon is leading giant online shopping and already had millions of clients if not billions then.

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