Amazon Kindle Fire HD goes easy on your bank account
Despite what the economists have told you, not every part of the world is doing well, and despite that, some of us do want to own a tablet for us to while our time away. Well, Amazon has heeded that call, and just in case you are unable to purchase one of their recently announced higher end Kindle Fire HDX models with LTE connectivity, you might want to settle for something which is pretty proficient at what it does best without burning too large a hole in your pocket along the way. We are referring to the all new $139 Kindle Fire HD, where it will arrive in a slimmer as well as lighter form factor amongst other features.
The new Kindle Fire HD will also provide you with access to the exclusive benefits of the Amazon ecosystem, where among it will include the likes of Prime Instant Video, Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, Kindle MatchBook, AutoRip, and the world’s leading digital catalog with over 27 million movies, TV shows, songs, apps, games, books, audiobooks, and magazines.
Despite the relatively affordable price in comparison to its rivals, the Kindle Fire HD is not one that comes with less inferior hardware. No sir, the display itself, while not Full HD, delivers 1280 x 800 resolution and 216 pixels per inch, while a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor gets things done in a jiffy. Your ears too, will definitely be able to appreciate the dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus audio, where all of that has been crammed into a new slim chassis so that it resembles that of the new Kindle Fire HDX.
With dual-band Wi-Fi, it should not be an issue for you to experience fast streaming, downloads, and web browsing, while the operating system which the Kindle Fire HD runs on would be Fire OS 3.0 “Mojito” that will arrive with hundreds of new and upgraded features, platform updates, and Amazon-exclusive services. Amazon has already started to take pre-orders for the device, and shipping for the Kindle Fire HD will begin this October 2nd onward.