Amazon Fire, Touch And Unveiled Kindle Tablets From $79

Amazon Fire, Touch and unveiled Kindle Tablets from $ 79

Amazon today announced on their Tablet event in America, three new devices, which include among others the coveted hot fire, with an unbelievable price of only $ 199.

The Android-based 7-inch IPS device Gorilla Glass, 1Ghz OMAP dual-core CPU, 512MB RAM, 8GB internal memory and of course, WiFi b / g / n. One surprise is that it only has access to the Android App Store and Google are not. Kindle, books, magazines will be stored on the Amazon cloud servers and a free 30 day trial coupon for Amazon Prime is from the 15th November in America settled.

The surface is heavily customized, so you almost nothing about the Android OS is responsible, but may soon be a couple of productive wells hacker may be able to change something, with a FrontCam would have been handy for chatting.

Find details on the 99 and $ 79 competitive Kindle and touch tablet right after her, along with a first promo video for the Amazon Fire Tablet.

The cheaper Kindle comes complete without a keyboard as you can see in the pictures above. 30 percent lighter, 18 percent thinner and 10 percent faster to the pages are turned.

The Kindle still has a touch screen eInk and thus a very long term. Otherwise, the usual Kindle features come into play. The Kindle Touch 3G will appear for 149 dollars. The beautiful, the Amazon is the UMTS costs in over 100 countries around the world take over, so you do not have to worry about a WiFi connection.

Here you see the Amazon Fire still in direct comparison with a Blackberry playbook, which is already available in America now for nearly the same price.Amazon Fire, Touch and unveiled Kindle Tablets from $ 79

Amarnath Natarajan

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