Kindle Fire Review: Firing up competition with iPad

By Sarah*, for The Kindle Fire is Amazon’s challenger to the iPad and all other tablets. There is so much to do with it that ...

By Sarah*, for

The Kindle Fire is Amazon’s challenger to the iPad and all other tablets. There is so much to do with it that it’s hard to know where to start. You can stream movies and TV, have e-books, all sorts of apps and it comes already installed with the Amazon Appstore.

Amazon has done a good job and it’s a little scary how much it is like the iPad. It might be a ripe off but it is sure good. There has been so much talk about the Kindle Fire. It’s been for a good reason. It really will blow your mind the price for the features are amazing.

With the Fire you have the ability to watch what you want when you want. You can download movies and TV shows. You also can put all your favorite music on it and listen to that too. Then you have to books. I love reading but find that it’s hard to find time and when I do have time I seem to almost never have a book with me.

With the Fire you can have all the books that you want wiclip_image002th you at just the tap of a finger. You can also get magazines and newspapers. So when you have free time all you have to do is pull out your Fire and you are set.

Choose what you want and go for it. The built in web Browser is amazing. It runs as smooth as silk. It is quick and fast with fewer worries. Amazon was right in calling it Amazon Silk.

The Fire is just the perfect size. It’s not too big or too small. It is small and light weight so that way it doesn’t kill your arms while you are reading a book or watching a movies. It may seem like it has a small screen but you can see clearly and it just works well. It is similar in design to the BlackBerry Playbook, but why not be similar if the design works the best.

Sure there might be some things that aren’t as great. It’s hard to get to perfection. The Fire is at the right price for what you get. It is perfect for reading books or watching movies. There are so many good things about the Fire that they drown out any of the bad. If you want a good, portable device that you can read books watch things, and play games then I would say to definitely go for the Kindle Fire. Besides you will be saving yourself money.

*My guest author Sarah is employee of Ready Holster.



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