Kindle Fire HD features 30% more pixels and 33% more pixels-per-inch than the competition, which means clearer, sharper images.
(PRWEB) June 04, 2013
Smaller is better, right? With advances in electronic tablet technology, the whole panoply of apps and features endemic to the "original" sized tablets is available now in a mere 7" screen. Two juggernauts compete for brand space in this niche, and the Kindle Fire HD claims to have the upper hand over its next-closest competitor.
Kindle Fire HD features 30% more pixels and 33% more pixels-per-inch than the competition, which means clearer, sharper images. With Kindle Fire HD, one can watch HD movies and TV—not possible on a similar, non-Kindle device, because it's not an HD device. And because low-quality sound can ruin the HD entertainment experience, Kindle Fire HD features dual stereo speakers and Dolby Digital Plus. Additionally, Kindle Fire HD offers fast Wi-Fi with dual band, dual antennas + MIMO. With all this, Kindle Fire HD is still $130 less than its closest competitor.
These are the features that consumers look for, predominantly - clarity, sound, function, and price (not necessarily in that order). WiFi speed cannot be underestimated, especially for the user who plans to download lots of applications, movies, music, and other media. Kindle Fire HD loves to profile its dual band, dual antennas when boasting of superior WiFi speed.
Kindle Fire HD's lowest prices are usually at Amazon.com, or click HERE for the review and full Kindle vs. iPad comparison.
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