Amazon announced their new Kindle Fire HDX tablets, delivering all their content and "customers also bought" suggestions right to you in a brand new and sleek device. The X in the name is for the display, which got a huge boost, but that isn't all they've done with their slate. We'll be pitting it against Google's Nexus 7 below, just in case you're weighing a purchase decision.
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Amazon has just unleashed two new Android tablets to add to its Kindle Fire HD line, so it's kind of expected that all eyes would be on the new Kindle Fire HDX devices. But if the high specs and relatively higher prices aren't your kind of thing, then maybe Amazon's second take on the Kindle Fire HD might make you feel less left out.
Amazon took the unusual route with the original Kindle Fire, branching out from Android by adopting Google's OS but changing it in fundamental ways until it served the retail giant's content funnel purposes. Now in the third-generation we have the Kindle Fire HDX, two new slates - 7- and 8.9-inches - which refine the consumer experience even further. We stopped by Amazon to find out how the new Fire HDX tablets hold up.
Amazon this evening regarding their new Kindle Fire HDX lineup is something called Mayday. You might be wondering what exactly that is, and we'll tell you. Mayday! Mayday! We have a problem! Amazon will be offering 365/24/7 (all day every day) live video remote tech support on their new Kindle Fire HDX tablets. This is free for the new tablet owners, and is rather interesting.
Amazon just announced their new tablet lineup this evening. Bringing a brand new and seriously improved 7 and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX to the table, which will rival the Google Nexus 7 across the board. Get all the details from our announcement post and hands on, then read on for pricing and availability.
Nexus 7 we knew the folks from Amazon would have something to say about it. Considering they were their biggest competitor last year, we expected something impressive, and now we know all the details on their new tablets. Just announced this evening is the all-new Kindle Fire HDX lineup. Coming in both a 7-inch and 8.9-inch model, with WiFi and 4G LTE options (Verizon included) we have all the details below.
Kindle Fire HD have slowly been leaking. There has been some talk of the tablet arriving with a MediaTek processor and also some talk of benchmarks. Today however brings a series of images that reveal a new exterior design. The pics have been shared by BGR and reveal what can only be described as an angular design.
Amazon has a wide array of devices ranging from Kindle readers, Fire tablets, and there's plenty of talk surrounding a Kindle Fire smartphone coming soon too. This afternoon we're learning that the company has been testing some unorthodox systems for wireless networks, running on spectrum from Globalstar, who isn't your average cell network provider.
Amazon has indeed been working on that, but it might not exactly be what we have been expecting.
announced two years ago. With the last major release being almost a year old, it seemed there hasn't been much going on. But apparently the developers have really been busy at work to provide a fresh new design and better browsing experience to their users.