Amazon Kindle Fire gets a makeover Video
Amazon Kindle Fire gets a makeover Video Transcript
It has everything here with CNET on Amazon's president and -- -- they just introduce. New Kindle fires is that you can -- HD but that's not what I have in my hand right here. This is the original Kindle fire with a faster processors. Twice the amount of ram and and still includes eight gigabytes of storage however Amazon does offer free storage for their cloud service. The -- -- Kindle fire will support Amazon's new OS ecosystem that and Immersion reading X ray for movies. I was receive voice and you're -- -- will be available on September 14 -- 159. Dollars. I'm Eric Franklin from CNET has been a first look at the. You enhance Kindle fire.
The 2012 Kindle Fire is simply the 2011 Kindle Fire with speed improvements, a new operating system, and a much lower price.
Amazon has unveiled 3 new Kindle Fire tablets: the Kindle Fire HD, Fire HDX 7-inch, and Fire HDX 8.9-inch
Amazon updated its Kindle Fire line, but can the new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD stand up to the Always On battery of torture tests?
Amazon's first color tablet, the Kindle Fire, boasts a 7-inch color LCD screen and 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime. It ships on November 15, 2011 for $199.
The improved screen, more compact design, and better battery life make the third-generation Kindle a very appealing e-book reader at an affordable price.
With an improved design, faster performance, a sharp screen, and near-instant customer service, the new Kindle Fire HDX 7 rights nearly every wrong from previous Fire incarnations.
The battle for 7-inch tablet supremacy is far from over. Amazon's Kindle Fire HD is the new challenger for Google's Nexus 7. Will it be the new king of the ring?
CNET's David Carnoy interviews Russ Grandinetti, Amazon's Vice President for Kindle Content, about the new Kindle Fire.
Molly Wood unboxes the new 7-inch Kindle Fire HD. How does it compare to the original Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7?
The 7-inch tablets are the new black, and we're throwing the cream of the crop in the Prizefight ring. It's Google's Nexus 7 versus Amazon's Kindle Fire. Let's do this!