Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
The new Amazon Kindle Fire HD is packed with new features. In spite of those improvements, it still has several deficiencies that any potential buyer should be aware of before making a purchasing decision. This is why it is important to focus on a detailed review that addresses not only the positive specs, but also the negative tech specs of the tablet. This is why the Kindle Fire HD Review with Top 10 Pros and Cons by http://TabletXRay.com/ is a must read for anyone interested in purchasing a Kindle Fire HD or any other tablet computer.
The above Kindle Fire review is unique because it is based on results of two ongoing surveys among its readers. The first survey asks the readers to vote for their most popular features of the Kindle HD tablet. Over 66% of the voters said the high definition screen was their most popular feature of the tablet. The dual-band dual-antenna ultra-fast Wi-Fi, faster processor and RAM were other popular specs among their readers. The second survey asks their readers to vote for the shortcomings of the tablet. 49% of the voters said the lack of an SD card slot for storage expansion is the biggest deficiency. The lack of a rear camera and lack of 3G/4G connectivity and GPS on the 7” version were voted as other biggest shortcomings. The latest results of the 2 surveys and the complete list of Top 10 Pros and Cons can be found on http://TabletXRay.com/Kindle-Fire-HD-Review-Top-10-Positive-and-Negative-Tech-Specs/.
A very popular feature of this Amazon Kindle Fire review is the categorization of its specs into critical and non-critical features. Even though there are literally 100s of hardware, software and content-related specs, it is these Top 10 Critical Features of the Kindle Fire HD that will ultimately help a consumer decide if the Amazon Kindle is the right tablet for them or not. This is why it is a highly recommended read for anyone considering purchasing any android or iOS based tablet computer.
In addition to the above reviews, there is also a comprehensive comparison of the Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini tablets. Again, even though there are dozens of differences between the two tablets, everything comes down to the Top 5 Deal Breakers and Deal Sealers. While 3 features swing the balance towards the Amazon Kindle tablet, two other features swing the balance towards the iPad Mini. Depending on which of these features are more important to a particular person, he or she should decide which tablet suits them better.
There is also an 8.9” Kindle Fire HD Review for anyone interested in purchasing the bigger version of the tablet. The 8.9 inch Kindle Fire has some superior tech specs that make it even more attractive than the 7” tablet, especially after the recent price cuts. For example, the 8.9” display has 1080p (1920×1200 pixels) resolution with a pixel density of 254 PPI (pixels per inch). These are superior to those of the 7” tablet with 720p HD resolution (1280X800 pixels) and 216 PPI. The features of the high definition display of both the 7” and 8.9” versions are better than specs on the Apple iPad Mini tablet. The iPad Mini display is not a high definition display, doesn’t have the 16:10 aspect ratio, and has a pixel density of only 163 PPI. The 8.9” version also has 3G/4G LTE compatible models. This is an especially useful feature for people that are always on the go. The full scoop of the 8.9” Kindle Fire review can be accessed on http://TabletXRay.com/Kindle-Fire-HD-8-9-Review-the-Hot-and-Cold/. It is important to read both the 7" and 8.9" Kindle Fire reviews prior to deciding which version suits one better.