Amazon Launches Kindle Fire Android Tablet, Priced At Just $199

Amazon has introduced its first ever 7-inch android tablet. With this new release, Amazon enters the tablet market to compete with all the experienced tablet manufacturers out there. The Amazon Kindle Fire which costs about $199, is said to change the tablet market forever.

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Features:

The Hardware specifications of this newest tech arrival are as follows.

  • The Amazon Fire will have a 7-inch, multi-touch LCD panel. The screen boosts Gorilla Glass Display.
  • The tablet will be powered by a dual core TI OMAP4 CPU much like many other tablets that have been recently released. However, this system will be able to run the system very smoothly.
  • Talking about the software this tablet is very different from Amazon’s Kindle. It will be the key to the wide variety of services that Amazon offers that includes Amazon’s Android apps store, Amazon MP3, Kindle and Prime Instant Video along with some others.

Amazon has completely changed the outlook of Android for enhanced user experience. The existing Android users would be able to tell the difference in the interface.

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The price of this great upcoming technology is just unbelievable. The new Amazon Kindle Fire just costs $199 — way cheaper than other Android run tablets.

The New Kindle

Amazon has not only released a new tablet but has also upgraded its ebook reader, Kindle, which is now available for just $79 — very low considering all the great features it brings with itself. There is also a 30 percent lesser weight as well as integration of Wi-Fi in to the Kindle.

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Kindle Touch

But if the simple budget friendly Kindle does not suppress your needs you might want to consider the Kindle Touch. It is an e-ink reader that supports touch along with a 3G model with almost free 3G all over the world. The non-3G Kindle touch will cost about $99 with the 3G capable model being at a higher price of $149.

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Amazon has entered the tablet market with a bang. It not only has the capability to outrun low-end Android devices but it is also capable of giving some popular companies a run. The new tablet certainly will please the user and with the newly launched Kindle Touch, it would make a good bundle. However, buying the Kindle Fire will include the features and capabilities of the other two devices as well.