(PRWEB) December 16, 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 Mingya tackles this question in a unique way.
Amazon have released a new price guide for Christmas for the most in demand tablets for 2012. This report reveals that a Kindle Fire HD 20 percent price drop is expected for Christmas. This technology company was one of the first to report the Cyber Monday price of $159 to alert buyers of this last minute deal.
One difference between the Kindle Fire and other tablets like the iPad is the size of the hard drive. The storage capacity in the Kindle is now 16 GB or 32 GB depending on the model purchased. The storage now available is helping users to download more web content to store on this table for later usage. Earlier tablets required the use of removable memory storage devices to store useful data.
Along with the Kindle Fire HD tablets, Mingya has a variety of tablets available for immediate shipping for the holidays including the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet and the new Apple iPad Mini.
The new iPad Mini is the first entry for Apple into the 7" tablet market. The iPad Mini includes a dual-core i5 chip for fast processing, 10 hours of battery life, a 5MP iSight camera, and can record video in 1080p HD. The tablet is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes. The store also has the previous versions of the Apple iPad available for shipping immediately.
For a special discount for Christmas deals 2012, visit Kindle Fire HD on Christmas Sales 2012