Reviews and Problems with Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9
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Great to handle and oozes quality but what use is ...
Chuka Chukwujekwu "Reeling", Amazon
22 May 2015
Summary: Great to handle and oozes quality but what use is the lustre if it is crippled by a policy to shut it off from all the freedom around. Even apple is opening up to remain relevant. I never tried the fire phone but I guess this same paranoia killed it.
Summary: Bought this for a larger screen than my fire hdx 7.The hdx 7 has become my tablet of choice over my ipads,it has worked flawlessly,i was expecting the same from the hdx 8.9.This tablet freezes at times and restarts randomly,yesterday I did a factory reset,it froze again.Im monitoring it at the...
Summary: i have had this tablet less than two days.IT has been reboooted 3 times to solve the problem when miracasting, Rebooting seems to be the stock answer when you contact MAYDAY.if this persists ,i will be returning the tablet, and investing in a more stable product .HARRY O.
this was an upgrade from my first kindle purchased which was one of the best things I have ever purchased
Sharon P. Pocock "Sharon Pocock", Amazon
26 September 2014
Summary: really disapointed, this was an upgrade from my first kindle purchased which was one of the best things I have ever purchased. The Kindle Fire HDX was expensive and has hardly been used probably only read three books, the battery runs out very quickly and when I phoned customer support, well again...
Summary: Silk browser is really poor quality and lets down an otherwise excellent piece of kit. Using it is like setting out in an old car - you never know if you will get there. You usually do get there in the end but the browser is slow and uncertain and installing a better one is frowned on by Amazon.
Very limited selection of apps. Questionable WiFi at best.
26 May 2014
Summary: The selection of apps is laughable, considering this is based on the Android framework. For a media consuming product, the available apps are just a sliver of what is available for Android tablets. WiFi connection gets lost frequently.
Summary: I bought the Kindle Fire because of the good display, but it's a great shame google apps and the play store have been disabled. If I'd known this, I probably wouldn't have bought a kindle after all.