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The Kindle Fire has credited to be the very first full-color, touch-screen Kindle with a starting price of just $199 in the United States. The majority of critics have observed the Fire as the excellent kindle, up till now.
Besides other qualities and attributes, its small cost, almost half of the first kindle, has surprised a number of market experts. The economic Kindle is capable of offering several services and cannot be considered as just a display book.
The product is believed to serve as a multipurpose computer due to its capabilities to run movies, television serials as well as web pages rather than just an e-reader. Some other tremendous features such as ability to support emails and game have added a spark to its properties.
The device has also succeeded to impress users with its aesthetic looks including a 7-inch screen that is slightly larger as compared to the monochrome Kindles and negligibly smaller than the iPad. The most suitable size was outlined with a focus to increase the portability of the touch screen tablet such as to be carried in a hand bag.
During past few years, a number of e-book companies have struggled to make some place in the market with the help of latest technologies and models.
Experts have observed the standard Kindle as an enhanced version of basic six-inch E-Ink screen that enable users to enjoy all advanced features. On the other hand, the second Kindle Touch is observed to possess almost identical attributes.
The device is programmed to support Google Android software that is also used in a number of smartphones as well as tablets. The Chief Executive of Amazon, Jeff Bezos claimed that some tablets lack conditions of the kind that Apple offers in iTunes.