This week tablet buyers have a new low cost tablet alliterative from a big familiar brand name. It’s the new Amazon Kindle Fire which is the first color Kindle tablet. It sells for just $199, which is less than half as much as the iPad 2. The Kindle Fire is a Kindle so it connects to Amazon’s ecosystem of books and magazines, but unlike the monochrome, less expensive Kindles, this has the capability to also connect to Amazon’s ecosystem of music and movies and TV shows and the Android app store that Amazon runs.
Category: Amazon Kindle Fire Reviews
All of the most recent Kindle Fire Reviews from around the web.
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