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Amazon has launched a new set of Tablets know as Kindle Fire tablets, with four new versions in total, i.e Fire, Fire HD 6, Fire HD 8 & Fire HD 10. After the success of Amazon Echo (read more) & Amazon Tap, Amazon has went to an another level by introducing this four new variations. Well lets see does this Fire tablets have a place in Amazon Best Seller ??? fire tablets fire tablets fire tablets
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um-mm wait, before introducing you all to the Fire tablets, let me tell you why to choose Fire tablets ???
Don’t be… I will be listing down all the common features or you can say all the basic components you will find in the variations listed above.
Why Fire Tablets ?
You will have a access to more than 300,000 apps & games :- Fire tablets feature instant access to thousands of the most popular free and best-selling games, social media, premium TV and movie providers and so much more.
Apps that are actually free with Amazon Underground :- Enjoy a one-of-a-kind app store experience where over $20,000 in apps, games and even in-app items are actually free. Play great games like Frozen Free Fall, Angry Birds, Slingshot Stella & Sonic Dash from developers like Disney, Gameloft, Rovio Entertainment, and more.
You will get Amazon Prime free for a month :- If you haven’t tried Amazon Prime in the past, you will get a free 30 days trial. Experience what millions of prime members already enjoy—unlimited streaming of thousands of hit movies and TV episodes, ad-free access to over a million songs, reading a Kindle book a month for free, and Free Two-Day Shipping on millions of items.
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Comparison of Fire Tablet, Fire HD 6, Fire HD 8, Fire HD 10 at the END…
The world is full of overpowered technology — gadgets with capabilities well beyond what we need.
By definition, it’s not a high-end machine. No one should be expecting anything blazing fast or spectacularly powerful. But it’s perfectly suitable for many everyday uses. No, the Fire is not a great tablet. Everything takes a while to load, even books, and graphics stutter in most games and apps.
The built-in rear-facing camera is a 2 megapixels. The 7-inch tablet is also surprisingly heavy, weighing in at 311 grams, 10 grams heavier than the 7.9-inch iPad mini 4. Amazon claims 7 hours of battery life, which seems about in-line with my use, but other tablets get more life with less weight.
Perhaps the worst thing about the tablet, something immediately noticeable to anyone who’s used a high-end phone lately, is the screen resolution. At just 1024×600, it’s nowhere near HD quality and can be a strain to read on for long periods of time.
Typing is pretty terrible, since it doesn’t show which key you’re actually pressing, and the Silk web browser is slow on the device. It’s not really meant to be a productivity device, though, and probably won’t be replacing anyone’s laptop.
Videos stream fine, as well, as long as you don’t mind the lower resolution. In fact, it’s on par with other Amazon tablets as one of the best ways to watch Amazon Video content, with easy-to-access X-Ray info and a whole home screen dedicated to video.
All that stuff may quickly clog up your device, because the Fire comes with just 8GB of storage. However, you can quickly and cheaply expand it with the microSD card. There’s even a link in the storage settings that takes you to an Amazon page filled with recommended cards that you can buy.
In addition to the screen, the construction of the tablet marks the Fire as an obviously cheap devices as well. It is slightly plastic. The thick bezel around the screen joins the plastic case with a sizable lip that isn’t very uniform around the screen. Buttons wiggle easily and the plugs jiggle at the slightest touch. It feels like a $50 gadget.
But for specific purposes, the tablet performs admirably. And at $50, it’s easy to find a reason to get one.
FIRE HD 6
We live in a world full of boring black rectangles, but every now and then, we come across a device that stands out from the crowd.
Amazon’s Fire HD 6 is the brightly colored peacock of the dirt-cheap tablet underground. The chunky little tablet sports a 6-inch screen and comes in cheerful, exciting colors. Sure, it’s got mid-to-low-end specs and isn’t the fastest slate out there, but it certainly is cute. It’s the kind of tablet you’d give someone as a gift.
Sometime you look at a tablet and you think, “Gee, that’d be great for kids.” The Fire HD 6 is one of those tablets. It’s sturdy, well-built, and comes in bright colors, such as magenta, citron, and cobalt, as well as the standard black and white. The end result is a cute, chunky little tablet.
The Fire HD 6 certainly isn’t particularly thin or light, but it is fairly comfortable to hold in one hand, thanks to an angled ridge on the back of the tablet. The bezels around its 6-inch screen are wider than most and add extra bulk to the device. fire tablets fire tablets fire tablets
The Fire HD 6 measures 169 X 103 X 10.7 millimeters and weighs 290 grams, making it slightly lighter than the 2013 Nexus 7, but much heavier than the 180 gram Kindle Voyage ebook reader. Even though the 6-inch Fire HD isn’t as lightweight as a regular Kindle, its appeal lies in its ability to act as a fully-fledged tablet.
Like most of Amazon’s devices, the Fire HD 6 runs a forked version of Android called Fire OS. The latest version, called Fire OS 4, which has the same advantages and disadvantages of previous versions. Amazon’s Appstore is passable, but lags a long way behind, both in terms of the quality of the apps available and the number.
When it comes to family-friendly tablets, it’s hard to argue with the Amazon Fire HD 6. Its child-friendly form factor, easy-to-use parental controls and low price point make it ideal for use either as a shared tablet in the home or as a personal device for any children in your household.
However, if you’re looking for something with a bit of oomph, you’ll probably want to look elsewhere.
FIRE HD 8
People who love to read ebooks, but also want to get a full-featured tablet instead of an e reader, might want to check out Amazon’s newest member of the Fire tablet family. The Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition, is designed to make it easier to read ebooks, especially at night, with its Blue Shade feature.
Inside, the tablet has the same hardware as the regular Fire HD 8 tablet, with the exception of the Blue Shade feature. Here’s how it works, according to Amazon:
“Blue Shade uses specialized filters to limit exposure to blue light. It also offers warm color filters and the ability to lower the display brightness to an ultra-low level for comfortable nighttime reading—even in a dark room. The feature can be easily turned on or off with a single tap on the Blue Shade quick setting. Customers can also fine-tune the color settings to their personal preference, with the device intelligently adjusting the color filtering so that at any color or brightness, the blue wavelength light is always sufficiently suppressed.”
It doesn’t cost that much and has an 8 inch screen, which is pretty much the perfect size for a tablet. A £129 ticket price is sure to get a few people interested, too. However, it’s still not a great choice unless you’re yet to lay eyes on a single ‘good’ tablet.
Like the other Fire HD tabs, the Fire HD 8 has a pretty low-res screen that really detracts for the ‘bargain’ status it’s aiming for. fire tablets fire tablets fire tablets
The Amazon Fire HD 8 does feel cheap a bit cheap, though. While there’s a metal shell under the hood, the outer parts bar the screen covering are made of budgety plastic all-round. The rear is ultra-glossy too, with the sides being textured to help avoid scratches.
Unsurprisingly, Amazon hasn’t splashed out too much on the cameras. It has a 5-megapixel flash-free camera on the back and a basic ‘HD’ camera on the front, meaning it can shoot 720p video and 1280 x 720 pixel photos, just under a megapixel.
The Amazon Fire HD 8 is a cheap tablet, but it’s ultimately not cheap enough to excuse some of its outdated parts.
Instead of really trying to offer the best experience it can for the its price, like the classic Nexus 7 or Tesco Hudl 2, the Amazon Fire HD 8 just seems like something designed to attract people with a snazzy product page. People who have never seen the thing first-hand.
A few software updates will likely improve the so-so performance, but the HD 8’s screen quality means there are better options out there for eyes that have already checked out a few tablets.
Amazon’s largest ever tablet is also the company’s thinnest, and as you’d expect the Fire HD 10 does its level best to be the perfect vehicle. Promising the cutting-edge in tablet hardware, with the heavily customized ease of Amazon’s Android spin-off Fire OS, and at a price that would’t even get you a base-model iPad, there’s certainly a lot to like about the HD 10 on paper. fire tablets fire tablets fire tablets
Inside, there’s a quad core MediaTek processor – made up of two 1.5GHz cores and two 1.2GHz cores, which independently tackle high and low intensity duties, along with a somewhat paltry 1GB and either 16GB or 32GB of storage. Happily, and somewhat unusually these days, there’s a microSD slot to augment that onboard capacity.
While there’s a 720p camera on the front and a 5-megapixel camera on the rear, the fact it takes 5-7 seconds per shot for processing – during which time you need to hold the tablet perfectly still – meant more often than not I turned it off.
Faster, thinner, tougher, and longer-lasting: sure enough, on paper the Fire HD 10 ticks all the boxes. The plastic construction may lack the premium feel of its metal-bodied rivals, but there’s no knocking Amazon’s pricing – even if the screen’s aspect ratio can feel awkward at times.
The Fire HD 10 middling performance and low-resolution screen serve as stark reminders that you get what you pay for. Anyone shopping for a more useful tablet may want to pay a bit more.
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So we are done with all the reviews. As promised earlier, lets take a look on the comparison table to see where this experiment stands.
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