Kindle Fire HD might burn the iPad Video
Kindle Fire HD might burn the iPad Video Transcript
Hey guys Eric Franklin here Amazon advanced and -- -- -- just introduce the new Kindle fires as the new. Kindle fire HD there's an eight point nine is virgin and this evidence version eight point nine inspirational -- 1920 by 12100 resolution screen. And the seven inch versions I have right here we'll -- 81024 by 800 resolution screen. There's also now a front facing HD camera for our course -- -- we're chatting. Not really camera going to use that to tighten these -- -- like that. It's HDMI out it's also a micro USB port right next that he she -- out. It's -- -- little bit -- at the bit lighter than the original Kindle fire has a lot of new features with the new. Amazon Kindle fire -- not -- system OS. Some of the features include. Not X ray for movies. So you're watching a movie and -- people you'll recognize in the -- you can just pause the movie. And get more info on those people don't know there's also Immersion readings on behalf of e-book version of -- book. -- the audio version of the book. I have the audio along with you and kind of highlights each word as it's read by your digital reader of that audiobook. -- seven point nine inch version will retail for 199 dollars eight point nine inch version will retail for 200. Pertinent and and there will be at eight point nine inch version. With fourteen -- -- retail war 499. Dollars I'm Eric Franklin from CNET and this has been a first look at the Kindle fire HT.
Amazon takes on Apple's iPad with the launch of its new Kindle Fire HD tablet line. CEO Jeff Bezos reveals three versions, a 7-inch version for $199, a larger 8.9-inch version for $299, and a 4G LTE-enabled version for $499. The tablets are expected to ship November 20.
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