There are many reasons why one should upgrade to the new Kindle Fire HD. One of the great features of the Kindle Fire HD is its screen quality. The 8.9 inch screen has a resolution of 1080p with a pixel density of 254ppi that matches its competition, the iPad . The color saturation, contrast and black level are very impressive. It also boasts of a polarizing filter and an anti-glare technology which improves the viewing angles.
The Kindle Fire HD weighs 375 grams which is lighter than the full-sized iPad which makes it easier to handle. It possesses a Dolby Digital Plus audio and a virtual 5.1 multi-channel surround sound which makes listening to music and watching movies more enjoyable. Another feature which differentiates it from other tablets is the Mayday button. This button gives the user access to a 24/7 help support from Amazon
With regards to battery life, the Amazon claims that with Kindle Fire HD, continuous use can last up to 10 hours even with full brightness and the Wi-Fi switched on.
Priced at $300, the Kindle Fire HD is reasonably-priced, considering that it is a full-sized tablet which offers access to a numerous downloadable contents from books, music, movies, games and other apps. The downloads are much faster because of its dual core OMAP 4470 processor.
Another thing going about this Kindle Fire HD is the reliable customer service support that one gets from Amazon. Unlike other tech companies, the after sales service that Amazon gives its customers is very dependable. Quick and efficient customer service without need for an appointment with their IT guys. The Kindle Fire HD is indeed great value for money.
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