Is Kindle's Fire Tablet 10 Really As Good As An Apple iPad?
For years, Apple users have been loyal to the company's devices in the defense that they are faster, more efficient and have smarter interfaces. But Amazon has released the Fire HD 10 and it has all the best of aspects of Android devices, partnered with the ease and speed of an Apple device.
As The Business Insider notes, Amazon's latest operating system, Bellini, is capable of moving quickly through settings, menus and applications. Bellini allows users to swipe between pages, whether these pages contain videos, music, games or books. With the new operating system, Amazon has put a stop to the lag that is usually seen in non-Apple tablets.
From the very beginning, Amazon tries to make things easier for the user by providing a quick tutorial of how to use the gadget. Once in, users will notice that the Fire HD 10 is automatically connection to their Amazon accounts. For example, Amazon's book app will have the e-books previously purchased ready for download. The screen is also organized and efficient because these Amazon apps are seen at the top of the screen, while all other are placed at the bottom.
Another extra aspect of the Amazon Fire Tablet 10 is that it looks out for its users because of its "On Deck" feature. What the tablet does is automatically download movies and television shows, based on the internal storage left available. The thinking behind this is that users who need the tablet for hours at a time but forget to fill it with media, will still be covered.
The Fire HD 10 is also sleek to look at. It has a brushed aluminum back and is lightweight. According to PC Advisor, the HD 10 is available in only black, white and silver. All the ports and buttons are found on the top edge and the stereo spears are placed on the left-hand edge.
The device is normally sold for $299.99
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