Amazon Kindle Fire Review

Amazon kindle fire was no doubt was a game changer after the launch. It introduced some of the advanced features such as a huge collection of media library. It has many popular applications that were highly appraised by the users. Amazon introduced ultra fast browsing experience with Amazon Silk. The dual core processor is sufficient to offer super fast performance.

With all the good things, Amazon Kindle Fire fall a little short when it is compared with other competitors like Samsung Tab and iPad Mini. It has an edge due to its low price and high build quality. Amazon has sweetened the deal for prime members by offering instant streaming on top movies.

Resolution & Display

Amazon Kindle Fire has 7” 1024×600 vibrant touch screen with 16 million colours. Touch screen is responsive and it uses the same IPS (in-plane switching) technology that is used in iPad. You can spin through all your recent titles from the home screen.


It features a powerful dual-core processor with 512MB RAM that offers multi-tasking without any lagging. You can read ebooks, listen to the music and download videos at the same time. Amazon Silk is an ultra fast cloud accelerated browser that will never slow down your browsing.

Storage & Space

8GB space may look less when you are saving a lot of data and there is no external memory card option available either. However, you will get free cloud space from Amazon to store your books, movies, music and your favourite applications.

Build Quality

Surprisingly, Amazon Kindle Fire build quality is extra ordinary considering the price. It can bear rough handling without making your device to malfunction.

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If you like to watch movies, listen to music and read books, then there is no other tablet that can offer you great media collection than Kindle Fire. Google Nexus 7 is a better choice considering the specifications, but price is little higher than Kindle Fire.

Pros: Affordable, Excellent UI, Good build quality, New fast browser, Huge media library
Cons: No camera, Average performance, 8GB storage with No external SD card, Android 2.3 at launch, No Support for Call and SMS

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