By now, you have likely heard all about the new Kindle Fire HD from Amazon coming out, but you may have not heard the exact details about its many new specs. If you take just one thing away from the release of the new Kindle, it should be this: It is reported to be the first 7-inch tablet that can actually provide some impressive competition to Nexus 7, which of course is by Google.
The Kindle Fire HD will be released on September 14, which means that it is a perfect time to begin to familiarize yourself with all of the new Kindle Fire HD specifications. First of all, the most important specs may take you by surprise. Naturally, it offers a 7-inch IPS screen that features a resolution of 1280 by 800. In addition, it features a dual core, 1.2 GHz processor that comes complete with a PowerVR graphics chip that should make your gaming experience quite enjoyable, to say the least. Finally, you can also expect a dose of 16 MB of RAM, Wi-Fi that is dual-band on both the 2.4 GHz and the 5 GHz models, and a battery that features a very impressive battery life: 11 hours for all of your video playback needs.
In addition, it should interest you to know that the new Kindle Fire HD will measure 7.6 inches by 5.4 inches by 0.4 inches and be just under 14 ounces. Weight-wise, the Kindle Fire HD is going to be a little bit heavier than the Nexus 7 from Google.
If you are a big fan of both music and video (and, honestly, who with a tablet is not?!), then you should pay close attention. With the Kindle, you obviously are afforded access to the huge library of eBooks that Amazon has on hand, yet the Kindle Fire HD goes another step further. The content that you get access to now is the huge storehouse of music and video that Amazon has on hand. This is great news for people who enjoy watching videos on the go, as the Kindle Fire HD’s 1280 by 800 screen resolution should provide a very rich viewing experience, and the 11 hours of battery life for one’s video playback needs are also ideal for someone watching movies. The same thing can be said for those who enjoy listening to their music on a tablet, as Amazon’s huge library of music solves the access problem for those looking for new tunes.
Of course, the big difference or upgrade with the new Kindle Fire HD Specs is the fact that you can now read your eBooks on the Fire HD’s neat-looking color screen, which makes the experience far superior to just reading an eBook on the old Kindle’s black-and-white screen (it is almost like reading an eBook on your color laptop computer). This is far more than just an aesthetic upgrade because you can now read digital magazines on the Fire HD, something you could not do on the old Kindle! Amazon’s App Store naturally complements this new Kindle Fire HD feature by letting you choose from around 150 digital magazine titles for your new device.
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