Amazon will release a string of new tablets including a budget £119 Kindle Fire HD and a more expensive, better equipped HDX. The HDX comes in two sizes.
There’s been a lot of action in the budget 7” tablet market lately. First, Tesco released the £119 Hudl that they are using to promote their own services like Blinkbox. This was quickly followed by the Argos MyTablet, costing even less at £99 and aimed at the younger generation of potential tablet owners aged between 8 and 13 and coming preinstalled with suitable software and parental controls.
Amazon, who have performed well with their own Kindle Fire range of tablets, have announced that they will be launching a new Kindle Fire HD to compete with this new wave of budget tablets. Continue reading
Amazon has unveiled the upgraded versions of its tablet devices. The HDX go beyond HD according to Amazon, hence the additional moniker within the name. Two new devices have a minimum resolution of 323 ppi.
Amazon Kindle Fire tablets have proven a popular buy with those that are looking for simple devices that offer great quality media consumption. Whether you enjoy watching films or TV, listening to music, viewing your own pictures, or playing a few simple games, the low cost of the Fire tablets combined with the high quality screen and access to Amazon’s massive library of media in various formats means that the Fire range would have proven perfect for the job. Continue reading