Many Kindle Fire vs iPad comparisons found online are one-dimensional and therefore flawed
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
The new Kindle Fire HD and Apple iPad Mini tablets are two of the most popular electronics this 2012 holiday season. There is no doubt that both these tablets are extremely powerful modern tablet computers. But how does a consumer make a choice between the two of them? Is Amazon’s Kindle Fire better or is Apple’s iPad Mini better? The Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini comparison published by http://TabletXRay.com/ tackles this question in a unique way.
The list of TOP 5 features that will Seal or Break the Deal is particularly important for anyone trying to decide whether the Kindle Fire HD or iPad Mini suits them better.
Many iPad vs Kindle Fire comparisons found online are flawed due to several reasons. The main emphasis of many Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini comparisons is on hardware specs. Hardware specs (e.g. 1GHz vs 1.2GHz processor, 1GB vs 512MB RAM etc.) are certainly important; however the content ecosystem that feeds the hardware is equally or more important. In spite of their strong high-end hardware specs, several tablet computers that were introduced during the last couple of years failed to catch the limelight because their content ecosystems were weak. This is one of the major secrets behind the success of tablets from Apple and Amazon; their content ecosystems (movies, TV shows, apps, music, eBooks, games etc.) happen to be very broad and deep and miles ahead of the competition. This is why a balanced review and/or comparison of the Kindle Fire HD and iPad mini tablets should essentially address both these departments. One-dimensional comparisons that only address the hardware or the content network alone is bound to be biased and will not help the consumer make an intelligent purchasing decision.
The comparison on http://TabletXRay.com/Kindle-Fire-HD-vs-iPad-Mini-Comparison/ addresses over 15 individual features of the Kindle Fire and iPad Mini. These features include resolution, pixel density, color gamut, color accuracy and reflection of the display, Wi Fi/3G features, processor, RAM, battery life, picture quality and video quality of cameras, size, overall looks and of course the content networks available. However, the Kindle Fire vs iPad Mini comparison goes on to emphasize that not all of these 15 features are equally important when making a choice between the two tablets.
The list of TOP 5 features that will Seal the Deal or Break the Deal is the most important component of the Kindle vs iPad comparison. One of the specs included in the TOP 5 features is the touch screen display. Detailed specs on the display such as resolution, pixel density (pixels per inch), color gamut and color accuracy are considered under this feature. Only the Kindle Fire HD has a high definition display. The display on the iPad Mini is not considered an HD display. Unlike its siblings the iPhone and full-sized iPads, the iPad mini does not have a retina display. The main interface that a user interacts with on a 7 inch tablet is its screen, whether it’s watching movies, watching TV shows, browsing the web, playing games, video chatting on Skype or reading ebooks. Therefore, the quality of the display is an extremely important feature to consider. In spite of this obvious limitation, the Mini iPad has some additional features that the Kindle Fire HD lacks. This is why it is important to look at the Top 5 Deal Breakers and Deal Sealers before making an intelligent decision about which tablet suits one’s personal preferences best. The full scoop on the Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini comparison can be found on http://TabletXRay.com/Kindle-Fire-HD-vs-iPad-Mini-Comparison/.
In addition to the Kindle Fire HD vs iPad Mini comparison, they have also published a detailed Kindle Fire HD review that addresses the TOP 10 Positive and Negative Specs of the Kindle Fire HD as well as detailed reviews on the new full-sized iPad and other tablet PCs such as the Google Nexus 7.