Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 : An Amazon baby

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 : An Amazon baby

             When the PC industries were suffering through a severe downfall, the tablets and mobile business grew to a significant extent. One of the devices is Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 that has brought a revolution in the speed.
               The 7” Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 with 1920 x 1200 screen resolution and 323 ppi intense pixel density, the device is having a 0.35” depth and is dull looking from the front though is attractive from the rear. With a quad-core processor running at 2.2GHz and having RAM 2 GB, makes the device powerful and responsive or else we can say it just flies. The awesome battery life keeps the device at par with the competition with other trending devices. Furthermore, the tab is just a click away from shopping at amazon store. Netflix and Spotify add awesomeness to the video streaming. App selection lags behind the other OS. The presence of dark spots at the edge is a limitation while reading in a white background. An old Jellybean version of android running with Mojito, amazon’s custom fire OS, makes the OS powerful. Though it has a powerful multitasking capacity, yet it is not at all high productive. The tablet has the booting time of just 30 seconds and various games can be played without any hitch.
               The device being pleasant to hold and grippy as made from Paper white, the device gives some extent of satisfaction to the customers. This device can be pretty satisfactory for consume content people, but those who require more facilities, the device does not suit them.

 


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