Thursday, September 29, 2011

Amazon Kindle Fire vs iPad 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Yesterday, Amazon launched their first tablet device called the Kindle Fire. Amazon has been very successful with their Kindle e-readers, now the e-commerce giant wants a piece of the market that Apple iPad has dominated.

Kindle Fire users will have a broad access to online media contents including books, music, movies, apps, games and a virtual newsstand. They almost have the same content offering just like the Apple iPad.

A quick overview of its specs shows it has a 1GHz dual-core processor and runs a modified Android OS. It also has a custom web browser called Amazon Silk. However, Kindle Fire is a WiFi only device and doesn't even have a 3G variant. No camera and microphone on the device as well.

Let's check out this infographic from Huffington Post and see how Amazon's new tablet stacks up against the iPad and the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Want to know more? Here are 6 things the Kindle Fire has that iPad doesn't. And 9 things you need to know about Kindle Fire.



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