Amazon Kindle Fire

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Reviewed by Brooski (Currently owns)

This tablet is incredibly underrated. It shouldn't be compared to the iPad or billed as an "iPad killer" because the two devices are completely different. The content is the best part of the Fire.. There is a large selection of books, videos, music, etc. A small complaint would be the limited selection of apps. However, most of the "necessary" apps are in the app store.. Additionally, some of the Amazon apps seem like phone apps that are adjusted to the Kindle Fire screen. The software layout is great and the simplicity is a nice touch. Even though the Fire only has 8GB of storage it doesn't really matter since it is easy and convenient to store most music and videos in the cloud. The browser is pretty fast, but at times the WiFi can be shoddy. As far as content goes, I don't use this device for music too often, but it is perfect for watching videos and reading books/magazines. The Kindle Fire is a fantastic device that I use every day. For only $199, it is a steal among tablets.

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