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Kindle Fire 7″, LCD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers

Kindle Fire 7″, LCD Spectacle, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers

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  • Q&#965&#1110&#1089k web browsing over built-&#1110n Wi-Fi
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List Price: $ 159.00

Price: $ 159.00

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  1. clickz4 "clickz4" says:
    7,411 of 7,552 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Compare FIRE HD to the KINDLE FIRE GEN 2, September 14, 2012
    clickz4 “clickz4″ (Metairie, LA United States) –

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    This review is from: Kindle Fire 7″, LCD Spectacle, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers (Electronics)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 2:29 Mins

    UPDATE: I bought both a Fire HD and a Gen 2. (as a present to my mother in law) My initial reviews were written after playing with them for like 20 minutes. I merged both reviews into one to really compare the two products. I’m still answering questions in the observations if you have any. And see the video that compares the two and gives a mini tour of the Kindle system.

    My Background: I’ve had 4 android phones, I’ve had multiple e-readers and my latest ‘touch’ device is the Le Pan II Android tablet. I’ve worked on numerous iPads but never been compelled to spend the extra money for one myself. Wife has a first generation Fire.

    The new Kindle Fire and Fire HD are the second generation color kindle e-reader/media player/tablet devices. The original Fire received a lot of well earned 4 star reviews. It was a fantastic product but at the end of the day, it was a first generation product. It was no iPad slayer. The Fire HD raises the bar and raises it quite a lot. Jeff Bezos said they set out to make the best tablet available period and -in some regards- they did that in spades. In other ways not so much. (more on this below in the closing thoughts)


    - BOTH are top Notch. I didn’t expect anything less from Amazon but they really are solid feeling.
    - FIRE HD lighter and while it is about the same thickness, the edges are rounded more like an iPad. sleeker look and more comfortable to hold.
    - FIRE GEN 2 is heavier and ‘boxier’ built to more fit existing covers I guess. It’s heavier too.

    The HD is just a bit taller but a decent bit wider than the Fire. — NOTE pay attention to accessories because THEY ARE NOT THE SAME SIZE. The cover from my wife’s Gen 1 Kindle will fit the Gen 2 kindle (sorta) but NOT THE HD.

    - FIRE HD SUMMED UP IN TWO WORDS Oh. My. The Le Pan, the iPads and the Gen 2 Fire all have fantastic screens. The Fire HD takes them all out. I read everyplace there was polarizing a filter over the Fire HD screen. Polarizers reduce glare by only letting ‘straight’ light though not off angle bounced light. This makes an enormous difference to this spectacle. The off angle viewing is probably the best I have seen in any flat screen. 6 stars.
    - FIRE GEN 2 Still a high quality screen. I’d same the same or better than any other high end tablet on the market.
    - NOTE A few people in the observations questioned about the touch rejoinder. – I do not have a problem except in the browser, it is sorta too sensitive. If you go your finger smoothly you can dodge the jitters.

    - FIRE HD I admit only the geeky probably care but the wifi rocks. I have a mimo router and one instant copy from my ma?tre d’h?tel and I was getting nearly 30MB/s. To place that into perspective, that’s about as quick and an external USB Hard drive can push data to your computer. (USB 3.0 will be nearer but they are rare today) — The other thing is that I have a long skinny house and when I’m in the back bath, the Le Pan drops off. (ahem not that I surf on the potty or anything, just when I test it, you know.) With the Fire HD I can surf in the back yard.
    - FIRE GEN 2 still got 20MB/sec. But premeditated this… at that speed you can fill the entire memory in 5 minutes. Seems excellent enough to me.

    - FIRE HD ok I’m a bit of an audio snob. The sound is fantastic for life a tablet. Which is to say it’s still only marginally acceptable. You can still buy a $15 pair of Koss KSC75 headphones and blow the speakers away BUT I will say this is the first device I would really listen to music on. The rest I simply don’t even bother. I suspect most people would call the sound brilliant.
    - FIRE GEN 2 still have a very excellent sound. For the spoken word it would be very fine. For music it is lacking in my book.

    SPEED: Both are instant with the HD life quicker. The Le Pan II is no slouch but I reckon the HD edges it out. Since the Le Pan apparent died this morning it’s hard to compare. :-(

    NOTE: IT DOES NOT COME WITH A WALL WORT CHARGER It comes with a micro USB cable that can be used with your existing USB wall worts. (ie your cell phone mount) You can buy a swift mount for it or even plug it into your computer to charge. This is an odd choice from Amazon IMO.

    NOTE 2: Unlike the Gen 1 Fire, (and contrary to what you might have read) the new Kindles DO NOT support flash. Rumor has it you can hack it to install Flash I have not tried yet. I’ll try to run this down by this weekend.

    NEW FEATURES (as promised)

    BOTH – Exchange on the Fire (both) just rocks. I really like the calendar app. The contact manager can’t keep up with the one on the iPad but it is sufficient. Ditto the send by e-mail. But the setup was simple and it seemed quick. Like it.

    - FIRE HD Spent…

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  2. Lisa says:
    1,434 of 1,481 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful product and incredible support from Amazon!, October 1, 2012

    This review is from: Kindle Fire 7″, LCD Spectacle, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers (Electronics)

    I bought the Kindle Fire ten months ago for my daughter. Three weeks after she got it, it was stolen. Amazon worked with our police department to find the person who had taken it. Amazon first place a hold on the person’s account and shut down the Kindle Fire so it wouldn’t work. Then, once Amazon had a subpoena, Amazon gave the police all the information the thief had registered to my daughter’s Kindle Fire and the police were able to recover it and get it back to us. Since that time, we have bought an additional Kindle Fire and, just recently, a Kindle Fire HD. We use them like iPads at a fraction of the cost and the number of free books and apps available is matchless by their competitors. Our oldest Kindle Fire (ten months ancient) just stopped charging and I contacted Amazon via Live Chat. Immediately, they said they would send me a replacement Kindle Fire and would also send by e-mail me a printing mark for free shipping to return the defective one. Their customer service is incredible! The Kindle Fire itself is incredible. The internet is quick; connects perfectly to all wi-fi; the graphics are clear and sharp; the books and apps offered are endless. My teenager listens to Pandora on it constantly. I’m always reading. My husband checks the sports scores. My young sons are always playing the game apps. We have them protected in KlearKase protectors and have found them to be well-made, quality devices. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend a Kindle Fire to anyone of my acquaintances and family tree.

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  3. Me "Me" says:
    1,237 of 1,285 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best value, September 21, 2012
    Me “Me” (Florida) –

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    This review is from: Kindle Fire 7″, LCD Spectacle, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers (Electronics)

    I just received my kindle fire today. I had a hard time deciding between the HD, this, and the paperwhite. I chose on this one, because I really thought I’d like the immersion reading. I have an audible account and I’ve been reading along to the audiobooks. It’s incredible how quick I can get through the books (at 3x speed) and I really save the info. The immersion reading is super-simple to use and certainly worth upgrading to this. The whole point of the kindle is to read more, and this new feature makes it possible to read 2 or 3 era as many books in the same amount of time. I’m an average-speed reader and was able to read 4 books (with the help of the audiobook reading pace) in the last 30 days and one was the 800+ page Stephen king, “11/22/63″.

    I also veteran out the text to speech. It’s a lady’s voice and much, much, simpler to be with you than the text to speech on my kindle keyboard. It also has many speed options and I reckon it reads nearer than my kindle keyboard version. I am very, very pleased with it.

    It is much more responsive than the previous kindle fire I’m upgrading from.

    If you are worried about the free offers, don’t be. I DETEST commercials and advertising so much, I quit reading magazines and watching television. The offers only show on the startup, no huge deal. I already took subsidy of a $5.00 credit for amazon video. I was able to rent two movies and it only cost me 89 cents, when it was said and done, and I was plotting on renting Hunger Games tonight, anyway. So, so far, I don’t mind the offers at all.

    My favorite feature is the immersion reading and the text-to-speech improvements. I also downloaded all the free kindle books with the free audiobooks for the immersion experience. These are books I always wanted to read,but never had the discipline to just read them. Reading and listening to those books are worth the price of this new gadget, IMO.

    Way to go, Amazon, for a fantastic product and a fantastic price!

    I have an iPad, and the last time I went on vacation, I left it at home and brought only my fire and kindle keyboard. I didn’t miss my iPad at all and this new gen fire is even better. Sincerely, it’s that excellent.

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