Amazon Redefines Cheap Tablets



Amazon has introduced a new high-end Kindle Fire HD tablet and has even restored couple of updates for electronic-readers on Wednesday. Not only this, while joining the phablet craze in the market, Amazon has introduced six new and improved devices at an event in New York. The touted it’s new Kindle reader as its pride and joy. During the event Amazon launched new Kindle fire HD tablets today, priced at a range of $99 for 15.24-cm (6-inch) model and $139 for 17.78-cm (7-inch) model.

The fire HD has no cellular connectivity at all. The idea of launching the product at $99 price tag will definitely invite huge number of customers on board. Both new Fire HD tablets include quad-core processors which can run up to 1.4 gigahertz. It has a sharp resolution screen of above 720p. They run on Amazon’s Fire OS (version 4), aka “Sangria”. It features a revamped interface and better video buffering technology. The product is now available for pre-orders.

Amazon is aiming its 15.24-cm (6-inch) Fire HD 6 tablet at a much broader audience. Amazon Vice President Peter Larsen told that it was designed in response to the poor quality tablets which are made by other companies.

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