THIS TAB HAS SOME FIRE
AMAZON HAS OPENED ITS DOORS and finally launched its Kindle tablets and e-book readers in India. But does the Kindle Fire HD 7 have enough power to outshine the Nexus 7 or the iPad Mini? Here is our take.
As soon as we opened the box and powered the Fire HD, we fell in love with the hardware. Rarely do we come across tablets that are so finely designed. The front has the 7-inch display with 1280x800p resolution surrounded by a thick bezel with the camera sitting on the top centre. Weighing 395 grams, it doesn’t feel too heavy to hold.
You need an Amazon account to log in and sync all your old purchases. While the Fire HD is based on Android, the interface has been tweaked and does not bear any similarity with other Android tablets. Amazon has a curated app store instead of Google Play with all popular apps.
Watching movies and videos over the Fire HD 7 was impressive. The sound coming from the tiny speakers was further enhanced when we turned on the Dolby Digital Plus. The Fire HD lasted us a week with a couple of hours of reading daily.
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AMAZON KINDLE FIRE HD 7INCH
SPECS: 7 inch display; Android operating system; 1.2GHz dual core processor; 16GB onboard storage, no expandable memory card slot; Wi-Fi, Bluetooth