Along with the new Amazon Fire OS 4, announced today were 5 new devices, including the new Amazon Fire HDX 8.9, new Amazon Fire HD and Fire HD Kids Edition. Pre-orders are open now, be sure to check out the new Fire HDX 8.9, it appears to be a serious machine.
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DisplayMate, a company that specializes in testing and calibrating displays of all types, published its latest shootout, pitching three of the best small form factor tablets on the market: the Nexus 7 (2013), the Kindle Fire HDX 7”, and the new iPad Mini.
How good are the Kindle Fires for a regular Android user? Sure, the price tag is enticing, but is that enough to balance the limited ecosystem and incompatibility with Google’s apps? We’ll try to answer this questions, and others, in our Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 review.
In celebration of the FAA, Amazon Kindle Fire HD and HDX go on sale – today only
With the new Kindle HDX tablets, users will get a service called “Mayday”, which is on-demand live tech support. Tap the button, and a live tech support specialist will be on your tablet in short order, ready to help you out.
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Amazon has finally made its new Kindle Fire tablets official. The new Kindle Fire HDX range comes in 7 and 8.9-inch variants and both variants feature high-res displays and Snapdragon 800 processors. Read on for more!
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