Amazon is one of those companies that have successfully forked Android into their own ecosystem, particularly with the Kindle Fire line. Intended to be an e-reader and a tablet for consuming digital content, the Kindle Fire ran well with Amazon’s wide offering of e-books, movies and TV shows, as well as apps in the Amazon Appstore. While the Kindle Fire line’s market share is on the decline, Amazon enjoys a healthy revenue stream from the tablet from the sale of digital content. But underneath it all, the tablet is a fairly capable Android device, and many an enthusiast actually bought…
In celebration of the FAA’s recent mobile device policy changes, Amazon is offering 15% off on the 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD and HDX.
What are the best 7 inch Android tablets on the market? We’ve put together a list of our best picks.
If you want to enter the Android space without emptying your checking account, there’s plenty of low-cost budget tablets available. Want the best of Android? You don’t have to put down $400+ for that. In fact, the best of Android is a cheap Android tablet priced at $229, offering the same, premium experience as a $400 tablet. If you don’t mind skipping the premium experience, Android tablets can get even cheaper with the Acer Iconia B1 at $179 or the HP Slate 7 at $142.99. If you’re looking for a budget-level, yet good performing tablet, then Android might be a…
A new report says that the new low-cost Kindle Fire models will use MediaTek’s recently unveiled MT8135 big.LITTLE processor. Read on for more details!
A new report based on information from “multiple trusted sources” has revealed that the next generation of Kindle Fire HD tablets will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processors, pack 2GB of RAM and have higher resolution displays.
Google officially announced the new Nexus 7 today. It has amazing specs, but we wanted to know how it did against the current competition.
A new generation of Kindle Fire tablets is expected to arrive in September, with insider sources claiming that the devices will feature better displays and a revamped design.
Even at the regular price, these tablets were well worth the money. Amazon has discounted them, though, making them even more attractive. Whether as as second tablet for the family or a first for you, the Kindle Fire HD is a great choice. The 7-inch screen is perfect for all use-case scenarios, and is perfect for little hands.
It may have taken Amazon quite a while since the initial unveiling, but now both the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ are available Canada.