Isn’t it about time you stopped defaulting to Amazon for your online shopping? The retail giant may be efficient, but there are definite question marks when it comes to ethics and the quality of Amazon’s electronics.
Amazon is offering a tempting range of Android tablets at attractive prices, backed by plenty of content. From the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD to the budget Kindle Fire update, Amazon is going all-out for a win in the tablet market and Google should be worried.
Now that the much awaited and heavily rumored Google Nexus 7 tablet has been officially revealed by Google a few moments ago at the I/O conference, one question has made its way to everybody’s lips: how does the Nexus 7 tablet compare against what seems to be its direct competitor, the Amazon Kindle Fire. Does the Nexus 7 tablet have what it takes to become the best budget tablet ever created? Let’s find out as we poise these two contenders against each other in the following segments: OS, display, internal hardware and design. OS & Software While the display and…