Amazon Kindle Fire Review Roundup

Amazon have just thrown its latest entry in the tablet market that seemed to be grown-up Kindle taking the full functionality as an Android tablet. Kinde Fire is the largest e-tailer’s entry in the tablet bandwagon that seemed like a natural thing to do after its greatest e-book competitor Barnes & Noble released Nook Color. Right now, there are so many questions left unanswered for Kindle Fire. Does it have the right fire-power for tight established competitions in the tablet market right now? Can Fire’s features, design, battery life and $200 price tag attracts new adapters? How will it fare to tablets that cost two and three times as much? Read pass through the break to find out.

Kindle Fire Review Roundup

Amazon Kindle Fire Reviews

Read –  Engadget’s Kindle Fire Review

Read – FoxNews’ Kindle Fire Review

Read – PCMag’s Kindle Fire Review

Read – The Verge’s Kindle Fire Review

Read – Amazon’s Kindle Fire User’s Review

Kindle Fire’s Details

Kindle Fire, Full Color 7″ Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi

Price: $199.00


  • 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, and books
  • Thousands of popular apps and games, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and more
  • Ultra-fast web browsing – Amazon Silk
  • Free cloud storage for all your Amazon content
  • Vibrant color touchscreen with extra-wide viewing angle – same as an iPad
  • Fast, powerful dual-core processor
  • Favorite children’s books, graphic novels, and magazines in rich color

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