The 3 Potential Flaws will be DEAL Breakers for some, while for others, they will be of minor or no significance.
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 09, 2013
The new 8.9 inch tablet from Amazon is cheaper, lighter and has a higher pixel density compared to its main rivals, the iPad Air and the Nexus 10. However, it has several potential flaws according to the new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9” Review – PROS and CONS. Of the 10 crucial tablet specs they analyze, the Kindle Fire HDX comes out the clear winner on 7 Specs. However, they also go on to point out 3 potential flaws of the HDX range of tablets that may be deal breakers for some potential buyers.
3 Potential Flaws (DEAL Breakers) Explained:
3 Potential FLAWS of the Fire HDX tablets are also addressed on the review. These are related to the (i) operating system, (ii) hardware and (iii) the content eco-system. It’s extremely important for a potential buyer to be aware of these limitations because they can be deal breakers for some while for others they may be of minor importance.
More than 10 Crucial Specs Considered:
The Kindle Fire review looks at over 10 critical specs related to hardware, operating system and the content eco-system in detail. These include the display/screen quality, processing power, dimensions, operating system, ports and connections (e.g. Bluetooth, HDMI, wireless charging etc.), built-in and expandable storage options, price, camera specs, battery life, customer support and the all-important content eco-system.
7 specs are superior on the Kindle Fire HDX compared to the Google Nexus 10 and Apple iPad Air (DEAL Sealers):
Of the over 10 features considered, 7 specs are superior on the Fire HDX 8.9” compared to the Apple iPad Air and Nexus 10. For example, the Pixel Density/Resolution of the display, Processor Speed, Tablet Weight, Price, Battery Life, Camera Specs etc. are all in favor of the Amazon tablet. For example, the 8.9” version of the Kindle has the most pixel-dense screen at 339 pixels per inch (ppi) while the iPad Air and Nexus 10 have 264 ppi and 300 ppi, respectively. In addition, independent evaluators have found that the Kindle tablet has the best overall picture quality compared to the iPad and Nexus 10. Of the processors powering them, the Kindle tablet has a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor while those of the iPad and Nexus are less impressive at 1.4 GHz dual-core and 1.7 GHz quad-core, respectively. Complete details of these specs are available on http://TabletXRay.Com/Kindle-Fire-HDX-8-9-Review-PROS-CONS/.
iPad Air vs Kindle Fire HDX 8.9” vs Google Nexus 10 comparison:
A detailed iPad Air vs 8.9” Kindle Fire HDX vs Nexus 10 comparison has also been published in addition to the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9” review. A unique feature of this comparison is the in-depth comparison of the Apple iTunes store, Amazon Digital store and Google Play store that provide content for the respective tablets. They compare (i) music, (ii) movies and TV shows, (iii) apps, and (iv) eBooks on the basis of price, size of the library, availability of free downloads etc. Most online tablet reviews neglect to address this aspect even though the content eco-system is a critical ingredient of a tablet comparison. Besides the content eco-system, they also compare the operating systems and critical hardware specs among the three tablets.
Earlier, they also published a Kindle Fire HDX vs iPad Mini comparison using similar criteria. The unique, hands on Kindle Fire HDX reviews and various tablet comparisons published by Tablet XRay are highly recommended readings for anyone interested in purchasing a tablet computer this holiday season.