It has been wonderful day today with the start of Amazon’s press event. But before even the start of Amazon’s press event, the big news was already been slipped out of the box. The all new Amazon Kindle Fire is proposed to be coming up with a $199 price tag.
This is what Blair said in his last week interview,
Amazon is really the only other guy, the only other potential tablet player, that has a similar offering to what Apple has, If you look across their product offerings, they have content that none of the other tablet makers currently have because they have content on the media side.
While all the rumors about it started off last year about the new Amazon Kindle Fire but Jeff and co. have choose this particular time to launch this amazing gadget before the start of another wild and wacky holiday. While the market for Tablet has already been on fire with the launch of Tablet from every tech manufacturer all over the world.
But the truth is iPad has been one of the competitive in the market till now. The Amazon Kindle Fire will cost you only $199 as compared to the starting iPad which is available at a higher cost of $499. It comes with some exceptional features including fast dual-core processor along with 14.6 inch tablet which would comes with protective 7-inch Gorilla Glass display which is surprisingly capable of showing up 16 million colors.
While one of the most beautiful features of this gadget is that it comes with 8 GB of storage which will store your various contents including books, movies, TV shows, magazine and apps. All these contents will be stored and backed up in the Cloud for free, as this is one of the most featured area where Amazon is working out for some years from now.
Syncing should be done invisibly, wirelessly in the background and it should actually work
as said by Bezos said during the press conference.
Features of Amazon Kindle Fire
- 7-inch IPS panel
- Gorilla Glass coating
- 1GHz TI OMAP dual-core CPU
- 512MB of RAM
- 8GB of internal storage
- weighs 14.6 ounces
- Integrated Amazon Apps
- Free Cloud Storage area for storing all contents
Amazon Kindle Fire will also includes a “split browser” called Silk Browser that is designed to work perfect for both physical as well as in the cloud. It will also feature integrated Amazon apps including some of the most popular one like the Amazon Appstore, Kindle Store, Amazon Prime, and Amazon MP3. It includes some of the list of supported media formats which includes Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, MOBI, PRC, Audible, DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8.