Kindle Fire HDX 7″ Tablet review



Technical Details:
Screen Size7″
Resolution1920 x 1200 (323 ppi)
ProcessorQuad-Core 2.2 GHz
Battery Life11 hours mixed use, 17 hours when reading
AudioDolby Audio, Dual Stereo Speakers, Built-in Microphone
Wi-FiDual band, dual antenna (MIMO) Wi-Fi
4G4G Model Available
CameraFront-facing HD camera
Storage16, 32, or 64GB
Dimensions7.3″ X 5.0″ X 0.35″ (186 X 128 X 9.0mm)
WeightWi-Fi: 10.7 oz (303 grams), 4G: 11.0 oz (311 grams)

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Kindle Fire HDX is perfect for work or play, with the fastest processor on a 7″ tablet, the latest graphics engine, world-class Dolby audio, and a highly portable form factor.

Kindle Fire HDX tablets are the first tablets to be powered by the 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, making them the first to clock in at over 2 GHz. It provides 3x more processing power than the previous-generation Kindle Fire HD and, combined with 2GB of RAM, provides faster app launches, faster website load times, smoother multi-tasking, and better overall performance.

Kindle Fire HDX has a high resolution display (1920×1200) and high pixel density (323 ppi) for an incredible multimedia experience. The display features over 2 million pixels for vivid, lifelike images that go beyond standard HD.

New Kindle Fire tablets are powered by the latest version of Fire OS—Fire OS 3.0 “Mojito”, which starts with Android and adds cloud services, a content-forward user interface, built-in media libraries, productivity apps, and low-level platform enhancements to integrate Amazon’s digital content and improve performance for Kindle Fire tablets.

Kindle Fire makes it easy to keep favorite photos and personal videos close at hand. Download your albums from Facebook, or add photos and personal videos up to 20 minutes to Amazon Cloud Drive from your PC, Mac, or phone. Editing on your Kindle Fire is just as easy, simply select a photo to begin editing or select from many popular apps in the Amazon Appstore.

The Good:
Powerful Hardware.
Great OS.
Amazon prime services.

The Bad:

This is one of the best tablets around, great price and the most recent hardware, hard to choose between this and iPad.