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Amazon Kindle Fire
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Amazon Kindle Fire

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Amazon Kindle Fire (2012) Review: For The Budget Minded, A Great Entertainment Device - But Not Much Else

Android Police
18 October 2012
  • Summary: Therein lies the catch with the Kindles. If you're looking for a tablet computer , the Kindle is almost certainly not for you. The system is too inflexible and locked down, and they're designed from the ground up to serve as a middleman.
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Amazon Kindle Fire Reviewed

Mad4MobilePhones.com
30 September 2012
  • Summary: Overall opinion: If you are a US shopaholic addicted to Amazon, this might be the mobile device that is tailor-made for you. If you prefer other shopping venues and sites for, say, price comparisons or international service, seek another device. This one will be a waste of money.
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Amazon Kindle Fire

thinkdigit.com
5 March 2012
  • Excerpt: While it is a part of the Kindle family of ebook readers, the Fire isn't really like any one of the siblings. This is a full-fledged tablet, a budget one at that, aimed at the user who wants an ebook reader, and a lot more. The Kindle Fire is the first Kindle with a colour touchscreen.
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Amazon Kindle Fire Review

The Gadgeteer
31 January 2012
  • Conclusion: The Kindle Fire is already a wildly popular device because of its sub $200 price tag and Amazon’s brand reputation. The reasons why I like the Fire are its price, compact size, nice display, snappy performance and good battery life.
  • Pros: Compact, Snappy performance and great battery life, Nice display, 5GB free cloud storage, Free 1 month of Amazon Prime
  • Cons: Laggy web browser, No Bluetooth, No microphone, No camera
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Amazon Kindle Fire review

Pocketables
20 January 2012
  • Excerpt: This fall, Amazon surprised everyone with the release of the Kindle Fire. There had been a couple clues beforehand, but still no one expected the product Amazon announced. The Fire is an Android tablet, yes, but it is also something more.
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Overall 8
8.0

Amazon Kindle Fire

PC Magazine
15 January 2012
  • Conclusion: The first easy-to-use, affordable small-screen tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire is revolutionary.
  • Pros: Incredible value for the price. Sharp, bright, hi-res screen. Extremely easy to use. Free cloud storage for Amazon content.
  • Cons: Sometimes sluggish. Screen can be very reflective. Limited on-device storage.
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Overall 7
7.0

Amazon Kindle Fire (2012)

PC Magazine
14 January 2012
  • Conclusion: While the entry-level Kindle Fire is a price leader at $159, it doesn't quite measure up to this year's crop of $199 tablets.
  • Pros: Inexpensive. Easy to use. Acceptable performance. Promising parental controls on the way.
  • Cons: Comes with ads. Outpaced in most ways by slightly more expensive tablets.
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In Living Color

Gear Patrol
13 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Is it an eReader or a tablet? Kindle or iPad killer? Does it really matter? Packing a dual-core CPU, Gorilla Glass coated multi-touch 7″ IPS panel, and its own special brew of Android, the 14.6 ounce Amazon Kindle Fire ($199) is all about the content.
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Amazon Kindle Fire review: It’s no iPad killer, and that is why it will succeed

The Boy Genius Report
11 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Amazon has been a leader in the eBook reader space since it first introduced the Kindle eReader in November 2007. At that point in time, the Kindle had a 6-inch E Ink display that supported just four shades of gray, it included 250MB of storage that could accommodate about 200 eBooks, and it...
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Overall 7
7.0
Performance 4
4.0
Battery performance 9
8.9
Display 8
8.3
Weight 10
9.9
Noise 10
10
Gaming performance 3
2.5
Connectivity 2
1.9
Keyboard 4
4.0
Temperature 10
9.5

Amazon Kindle Fire 7" Tablet Review

Notebookcheck
8 January 2012
  • Summary: Complete Amazon experience. Amazon caught the tablet world by storm when the retailer announced its first multimedia tablet for just $199 USD. Is the performance and hardware reflective of the budget price? or is the Kindle Fire greater than the sum of its parts?
  • Pros: Entry-level price, Excellent connectivity to Amazon services, Great screen quality w/ Gorilla Glass, Good speakers, Acceptable performance, Acceptable battery life, The Kindle Fire performs and offers an experience that eclipses all other budget tablets at the $200 price range. The solid build qu...
  • Cons: Little to no extra features, No expandability options, Screen can be too small for some, No haptic feedback, No dedicated Home/Back buttons, Glossy surface, A larger screen could appeal to more multimedia buffs looking for more screen real estate. A lighter 7-inch Kindle Fire would also make the ...
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