Amazon comes to tablet market
Display, UI and configuration
Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 sports a 8.9 inch full HD IPS, 16M colors display of resolution 1920x1200 px with 1.5GHz dual core processor and 1GB RAM. The device runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to ensure good speed to its user.
Camera and storage
The Amazon device especially designed for Its Indian customers doesn’t have any rear camera but sports a 1.3MP front camera for video calling with digital zoom. The device comes wih 32GB inbuilt storage augmented by free cloud storage.
Connectivity and battery
On connectivity front the tablet poses a Bluetooth, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, USB but no GPS or GPRS. The device is powered by 4400mAH battery to give full support to its OS with unlimited service to the its user.
A FullHD Kindle ensures to deliver a superb multimedia experience. Be it watching movies, reading books or listening Music, Amazon Kindle Fire 8.9 exceeds expectations. Recommended!
Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets have never represented the ‘best’ of anything, even in the low-cost Android tablet. However, they do offer a nice gathering place for Amazon’s vast media offerings. From eBooks to digital video to apps, Amazon is the content king, and if you own a lot of this content, the new Kindle Fire HD 8.9 is a good way to experience it. If the 7-inch Fire HD is too small, take a look at big brother. It shares the...
Pros: Excellent Dolby sound,Great access to Amazon content,Clear HD screen,Great battery life,
Cons: Lockscreen ads are blatant and annoying,Amazon goes overboard upselling products,Interface is laggy at times,Limited to Amazon services & content,Amazon email/calendar apps don’t match Google’s,No homescreen customization,
Verdict: Our bottom line here is pretty much the same as it was for the Kindle Fire HD 7: this is a good device for people deeply invested in Amazon’s products and services. It ties the books, apps, audiobooks, music, and other content together with a n...
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 swells Amazon`s UK tablet offering to three devices, with the 8.9 sitting at the top of the pile, at least, in terms of size.It matches the design of the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD, and in many cases offers the same specs and functionality, with both devices surpassing the original Kindle Fire, which still exists as the cheapest member of the family.It`s designed as an entertainment tablet, taking some of the established experie...
Pros: Nice sharp display, lovely to hold, integrated with Amazon from the off, allows sideloaded content, price, speaker performance
Cons: Lacks the flexibility of regular Android tablets, performance is on the slow side
Verdict: There’s a lot to like about the Kindle Fire HD 8.9. As a tablet it looks good, both in terms of that display and the simple design. The build is good quality too and the speakers offer really impressive performance, as does the dual Wi-Fi anten...
There\'s no shortage of Android tablets to choose from, so how are you supposed to pick the right one? Of course there are spec sheets to compare, and on the outside they range from examples of high class engineering to plasticky trash, but beyond that it can be the tweaks and customisations to the Android interface that can mark out the best from the rest. It might be that you want a 100% vanilla Android experience; nothing added, nothing taken ...
Pros: Higher res than iPad Mini Tied into Amazon eco-system Tame, approachable version of Android
Cons: Screen is a bit dark Cheaper version comes with ads Only one camera