Amazon Kindle Fire is a small screen tablet that is less expensive than the Apple iPad. It can be used for watching movies, playing games, listening to music, browsing the web, reading children's books, novels, and magazines, and run different applications. Any content downloaded from Amazon can be stored free of charge using cloud storage space.
Kindle version is equipped with a powerful dual-core and fast, 1GHz TI OMAP4 processor that runs Gingerbread, a customized version of the Android OS. It is 7.5 "long, 4.7" wide, 0.45 "thick and weighs only 14.6 ounces. The touch-screen color has an extra-wide viewing angle. You can checkout amazon fire tv online.
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These devices are cleverly designed to make the user want to buy products from Amazon. By providing the option of using free Cloud storage for storing content purchased from Amazon, the designers seem to have made a conscious decision to attract more users to buy content from Amazon.
At any given point in time, about three to four movies can be stored on the Kindle. The rest of the data can be exchanged into the clouds and brought back on demand. By providing only a few GBs of onboard storage, Amazon also seems to prevent the storage and use other content on the device.