Summary: If you can live with modest connectivity and being solidly tied to Amazon for reading and other content the Kindle Fire is a nice little tablet. The average user will be well served with this and it will make a great first tablet for users of all types. You can buy the Kindle Fire now on Amazon for $199 .
Pros: Great price, Does what the average user expects and does it well
Cons: Lacks volume from onboard speakers, No Bluetooth, No 3G capability
Summary: Amazon, it appears, is continuing its dominance of the eReader market – this time, by literally setting it ablaze with a new addition to its Kindle line. If you’re experienced with eReaders at all, you already know that Kindle offers a series of great choices for anyone interested in buying an eReader. Customers can now choose between the original Kindle, the Kindle Touch, the Kindle Keyboard, the Kindle DX, and of course, the Kindle Fire.
Pros: Lighter, faster and easier to read off, Intuitive user interface, Enormous selection of books, magazines, and periodicals, Built-in free international wireless, Decent battery life, Audio book integration
Cons: Non U.S. users may suffer extra fees when using wireless capabilities, Battery can’t be replaced on your own, Not compatible with several file formats