Sunday, December 25, 2011

Kindle Fire Comparison to Kindle Touch 3G





Kindle Fire Comparison VS Kindle Touch 3G - The Kindle Fire is best for those that want a tablet PC that handles all of the most important functions and does away with some of the least used functions found on other tablet PCs like the Kindle Touch 3G. This focus on the most important functions of a tablet PC has allowed Amazon to offer the Kindle Fire at an incredible price-point of only $199. If you always wanted to get a tablet PC but couldn’t afford something like the Kindle Touch 3G, this is for you. Below is my review :


Product

Amazon Kindle FireKindle Touch 3G
Price

                         $199
$149
Connectivity Wi-Fi Free 3G +
Wi-Fi
Content  19 million movies,
 TV shows, apps,
 games, songs,
books, newspapers,
audiobooks,
magazines, and docs
Millions of
books, newspapers,
magazines, audiobooks,
games, and docs
Web

                  Amazon Silk
                 cloud-accelerated
                  browser
Experimental
browser
Display

            7" Vibrant Color IPS
6" E Ink Pearl
Battery Life, Wireless Off 8 hours continuous reading or
7.5 hours
video playback
2 months
Storage 8GB on device for
80 apps plus either
10 movies
or 800 songs
or 6,000 books
4GB on device for
3,000 books
Dimensions 7.5" x 4.7"
x 0.45"
6.8" x 4.7"
x 0.40"
Weight 14.6 ounces7.8 ounces
Interface multi-touchmulti-touch
Audio3.5 mm stereo audio jack, top-mounted stereo speakers. 3.5 mm stereo audio jack, rear-mounted stereo speakers
USB PortUSB 2.0 (micro-B connector)USB 2.0 (micro-B connector)

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2 comments:

  1. The tone in this article is entirely inappropriate (e.g. "We asked Amazon why on earth this is"). Indeed, the regular Kindle costs $139 before tax in the US, and if you deduct VAT from the UK price of £109, you get £91, which is approximately $145. So the "eye-gouging markup" you refer to is actually $6 (4.3%)! The situation is the same for most consumer electronics, e.g. Apple products, as I'm sure you're well aware. The only point worth noting in this article is that Amazon does not (yet?) offer the cheaper ad-supported Kindle in the UK.
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