Ever since the super duper success of iPads, all the big names are coming up with their own version of tablet computers. One of the better ones in the market these days is Kindle Fire.
You can find a more detailed analysis of different features below but first things first… As an end user on this side of the world, I look for VFM (Value For Money) in every product I buy. If 90% of the features can be found in a product which is 70% cheaper, I will take it! Thats how the Indian mindset works, we are a breed that is very price conscious.
Keeping that in mind, Kindle Fire is a no-brainer! Simply because it is not only half the price of an iPad, you can practically access amazon’s store from anywhere in the world, without having to pay for the internet. To add to the charm, Fire is so much smaller than the iPad, this making it convenient to carry when traveling. Did I mention Fire runs on Android? That kind of seals the deal, doesnt it? 🙂
|Amazon Kindle Fire||Apple iPad 2|
|App Store||Amazon App Store & Android Apps||iOS App Store|
|Apps Available||15,000+||90,000+ for iPad|
|Screen Size (inches)||7||9.7|
|Screen Pixels Per Inch||169||132|
|Size (inches)||7.5 x 4.7 x .45||9.5 x 7.31 x .34|
|Weight||14.6 ounces||21.28 ounces|
|Wi-Fi||802.11 b/g/n||802.11 b/g/n|
|Processor||Dual-core TI OMAP 4||Dual-core A5|
|Camera||No||Front and Rear|
|GPS||No||On 3G Models|
|Browser||Amazon Silk||Mobile Safari|
|Battery Life||8 hours||7.5 hours|
We have a clear winner here: Amazon Kindle Fire
More reviews on Fire coming up as and when I get the hang of using it.