Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
The newest model of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet is a much improved version of its predecessor. It appears that the manufacturer listened to the complaints of users of the first generation Kindle Fire and made a genuine effort to correct them on the new high definition version. Some of the most popular additions to the new tablet include the high resolution HD display, the HD camera for video chatting, up to 32GB of internal storage, dual antenna dual band Wi Fi and the introduction of the larger 8.9 inch tablets. The original version also lacked the option of 3G and the new Fire HD makes up for that with 4G LTE capabilities.
Top 10 Positive and Negative Specs of the Kindle Fire HD by http://TabletXRay.com/ addresses these features in detail. It is a highly recommended read for anyone interested in buying a Kindle Fire tablet this holiday season of 2012.
Under the section on Top 10 limitations of the Kindle Fire HD, they also discuss tips and tricks that can be used to overcome some of the apparent limitations. For example, one of the biggest talked about limitations of the 7 inch version of the tablet is the lack of 3G connectivity. 3G/4G LTE is currently only available with the 8.9" tablet. However, as shown on Top 10 Limitations of the Kindle Fire HD, it is possible to get 3G (internet while on the go, when there is no access to Wi Fi hot spots) on the 7" tablet with some outside the box thinking.
In addition to discussing Pros and Cons of the Kindle Fire HD, they have also provided a detailed comparison between the Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini. The Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini comparison is unique in that it shows the TOP 5 most important features that need to be considered when making a choice between the two tablets. Even though there are over 20 specs in total that can be compared between the two tablet computers, the authors argue that only a handful of them make a strong impact on the ultimate buying decision. Certain specs like '11 hours of battery life on the Kindle Fire HD' and '10 hours of battery life on the iPad Mini' are not the Deal Breakers or Deal Sealers.
The primary purpose of a tablet computer, whether Amazon Kindle Fire, Apple iPad, Google Nexus or Nook HD, is to watch movies/videos, read/browse the web/ebooks, check email etc. For all these, the display is all important. Therefore features like the resolution of the display are extremely important to consider in such an iPad vs Kindle Fire comparison. Such features should be given more weight compared to certain other specs. The comprehensive comparison on the Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini can be found on http://TabletXRay.com/Kindle-Fire-HD-vs-iPad-Mini-Comparison/
In addition to the Kindle Fire HD review, they also have a Tablet Deals of the Day category where they list the latest deals on tablet computers. Discounts of up to 70% are available on leading brands of tablet computers on sale this holiday season of 2012.