Oct 1, 2011

The Amazon Kindle Fire: When Is a Tablet Not a Tablet?
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Technology

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Since its announcement, the tech world has been talking about the Amazon Kindle Fire like it’s the next big thing in tablets. It’s a reasonable perspective: dual-core processor, Android 2.3 but rootable and therefore flexible, cloud services from Amazon, IPS touchscreen, and (perhaps most importantly) a $200 price tag. It doesn’t have 3G or a microSD card slot, and it only has 8GB of memory, but it’s a $200 device. This could be the tablet everyone’s been waiting for to put a dent into Apple’s iPad juggernaut. Except Amazon isn’t calling it a tablet.
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