Kindle Fire HD 7″, Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, 32 GB – Includes Special Offers

August 24, 2013 - Comment

World’s most advanced 7″ tablet with stunning HD display, exclusive Dolby audio, and the fastest Wi-Fi found on a tablet. When it comes to HD displays, great resolution is just the start. Kindle Fire HD delivers rich color and deep contrast from every angle, with an advanced polarizing filter and custom anti-glare technology. Our exclusive

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World’s most advanced 7″ tablet with stunning HD display, exclusive Dolby audio, and the fastest Wi-Fi found on a tablet. When it comes to HD displays, great resolution is just the start. Kindle Fire HD delivers rich color and deep contrast from every angle, with an advanced polarizing filter and custom anti-glare technology. Our exclusive Dolby Digital Plus audio includes technology to adjust volume, create virtual surround sound, and deliver easier-to-understand dialogue in movies and TV shows.

Product Features

  • Stunning 1280×800 HD display with rich color and deep contrast from any viewing angle
  • Exclusive Dolby audio and dual driver stereo speakers for crisp, booming sound without distortion
  • Ultra-fast Wi-Fi- dual-antenna, dual-band Wi-Fi for 35% faster downloads and streaming
  • Over 22 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, books, audiobooks, and popular apps and games

 

Comments

TL says:

You Get What You Pay For I’ve been an iPad user since the original came out. I also have an iPad 3. I have worked in IT for the past few years so I would say I am pretty good with technology and fancy new devices. With that introduction out of the way, I will be reviewing key points that I have seen touched upon in other reviews. Here goes…BUILDThe device feels nice and solid. I’m a little surprised at how heavy it is, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The rubberized backing is always nice for added grip. It’s not as nice as say unibody aluminum, but it’s not $500 either.SCREENThe screen is fantastic. But my problem is the same as when iPad got Retina Display, other than the OS, most apps look rather pixelated. A lot of the games I tried are not high definition, at least not high enough to look smooth on this screen. Hopefully apps get updated to higher resolutions.LOCK SCREEN ADSYeah there are ads on my lock screen. I’m not sure why this is such a…

Peter says:

Kindle Fire HD I have been an Amazon customer for years having owned the first gen Kindle and currently the 6″ Kindle. I have purchased the 1st gen Fires for my children for Christmas last year and I have purchased both the touch and 1st Fire for my father.I already own an Ipad and did not feel the need to own a Fire, since I believe they duplicated the same purpose. I did however place an order for the Paperwhite, but after thinking about it, why not own a full functional device that is more than just an ereader.I love the eInk displays and how light the regular Kindles are. One of my main gripes about tables are that they are heavier and you cant read the screen in bright daylight. I’m not really sure why the daylight is such a big deal for me, since I probably only read outside when I’m on vacation (2x a year).Anyway, I cancelled the Paperwhite and ordered the Fire HD. I love it. It is portable, I never take my Ipad anywhere, just too big. I uploaded my entire…

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