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The Fire sports a beautiful 1280x800 glossy HD screen with a screen density of 169 pixels per inch (for comparison, the iPad 2 clocks in at 132 ppi and the retina screen iPad at 264 ppi; the higher the number the sharper the screen). Video looks fantastic. The 7-inch screen is perfect for use by one person. The picture is bright, dark are clear not muddy, and the viewing angle is good. Even an action-heavy film like The Avengers is pretty satisfying. No one would argue that a bigger screen wouldn't be better, but the viewing experience is closer to the iPad than too-small-to-be-useful iPhone.

Anyone who has ever strained to listen to a video with the iPad's mediocre-sounding under powered speaker will marvel at the sound on the Fire HD. Amazon's tablet is packed with Dolby Digital Plus stereo speakers, and the difference shows.

The original iPad really needs an external speaker to get passable volume, even for one person. The Fire HD, on the other hand, cranks out a decent level of sound all on its own.

The high-quality sound is one reason the smaller viewing experience is tolerable. It is the 360-degree combination of visual and aural that makes the video watching experience so pleasant.

The Kindle is a great reading device, and Amazon has the best ebookstore on the Internet. Approached as a step up from a base Kindle and not a step down from an iPad, the Fire HD makes a lot of sense.

As an reader, it is a great device. The screen is sharp and pleasant. The biggest drawback is battery life. The basic e-ink Kindle will last weeks on a single charge -- the Fire HD, just hours. In exchange for the shorter battery life, users get tablet functionality, like e-mail and the web.
For heavy readers, who want a device that's a little more versatile than a Kindle but don’t want the size (and expense) of an iPad, the Fire hits the sweet spot.

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