Kindle Fire Review

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I purchased a Kindle Fire and want to share my Kindle Fire review. I have talked to some people about the Kindle Fire and a few of them were not aware that the Kindle Fire is a tablet and not just an e-reader. This new Kindle model is a 7” tablet so you can upload books and magazines, music files and even videos. The web browser for this small device is absolutely incredible. Easy to see and very easy to navigate. You can even watch Netflix or listen to audio streaming websites like Pandora on it. You will be extremely impressed with the quality and colors of the screen.
Compared to all of the other tablets on the market the price of a Kindle Fire is extremely low. Although with a low price tag comes the absence of features like a camera or 3G wireless. The one thing I don’t like about the Kindle Fire is that there is no expansion slot for memory cards so you have to live with the 8GB. If you’re just using the device for reading and surfing and possibly a few music files and a video then it is still a very good deal.

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I feel like the Kindle Fire is a scaled down tablet or a ramped up e-reader. Depends on how you want to look at it and what is important to you. I like it because I like reading and this little device works great for that and has a few extra toys. If I was looking for a device that was a mini computer I probably wouldn’t have bought the Kindle Fire and would have selected a different tablet. It’s all about your needs, oh and your budget. It is hard to knock Kindle for the price tag on the Fire model. Under $200 before taxes is a fantastic deal for what you get.
Of course you will only be able to upload Amazon content on your Kindle but I think it is definitely worth it if you are looking for a top end e-reader with a little extra. There are so many devices to choose from and the e-readers don’t make it any easier for you. So now if you don’t have a tablet and are not sure what you want do you get a tablet which could cost you the same as a laptop or netbook or do you go with a modest priced e-reader like the Kindle Fire?
I hope I helped you with my Kindle Fire Review.

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Kindle Fire Review, Seekyt
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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.