Along with the new Kindle e-reader, Amazon has announced a new generation of tablet Kindle Fire running Android OS. The new tablet is called Kindle Fire HD featuring a 8.9-inch Ultra clear screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, resulting in a density of 254 pixels per inch.
Amazon new Android tablet is based on TI OMAP 4470 processor and is equipped with 16 GB of internal memory. You can also note in stereo speakers, front HD-camera, Bluetooth and a connector HDMI. One of the special features – the use of technology in the tablet dual band MIMO (2,4 GHz and 5 GHz), according to Amazon, Wi-Fi Kindle Fire HD to 41% faster than the third-generation iPad.
This unit will go on sale Nov. 20 for $299 for the modification with 16 GB of internal memory. Also a version of the Kindle Fire HD-enabled networks fourth-generation LTE – for $499.
In addition, a similar in characteristics, but with a smaller screen size, the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD. It will cost $199 (also for the 16GB model) and be available on September 14.
Amazon Kindle Fire gets update and is cheaper
The popular Amazon Kindle Fire has today received an update in the form of the “new” Kindle Fire. That tablet has a better battery, a better processor and more RAM.
The device is internally known as the Kindle Fire SD, thus referring to the fact that there is now a Kindle Fire definition above is in line with Amazon. Towards consumers will however simply called Amazon Kindle Fire perform, so make it clear. While the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD place at the $199 price point takes over, the previous Amazon tablet price dropped down to $159.
There’s include a new processor in the new Kindle Fire, although it is not entirely clear what that is. Well it promises 44% better performance in the new model. The RAM has doubled to 1GB, which is especially when multitasking need help. The battery is also enhanced and thus, the Kindle Fire overall has become a better device.