(PRWEB) January 10, 2013
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.
The smaller 7-inch display still remains an advantage over the Kindle Classic according to the new report. Amazon has upgraded the Kindle Fire to include an 8.9 display on the largest model that retails for $299.
The popularity of the 7-inch screen size has caused new makers of tablets to enter the market in hopes of obtaining a portion of holiday sales.
The 8.9-inch size of the tablet display is one of the factors revealed in the new report that is causing this edition to be more popular among teens. The rise in online gaming and sharing of HD content is one of the reasons that Amazon created its larger high definition display.
Manufacturers like Samsung, Microsoft and Google have released tablets to compete with Apple's iPad and Amazon series. The new report details the demand in the tablets industry and how more competition may help create a change in price point for consumers.
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