Kindle Fire Review
September 29, 2011 by USA Post
In the nearly 18 months since the iPad went on sale, tablet rivals have come and gone. But Apple’s device has remained dominant.
Amazon’s new entry, though, might be different. Instead of crafting an iPad carbon copy and asking consumers to choose between them, they’ve pushed out a stripped-down and simplified device that sells for much less than the iPad 2 while skimping on some of that tablet’s features.
If you’re in the market for a tablet, though, here’s the real question: Which one, if either, is right for you?
We can’t say for sure, since we haven’t gotten our hands on one yet. (Amazon didn’t let reporters demo them at Wednesday’s launch event.)
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