Amazon Kindle Fire HD Tablet

New High Definition Tablet from Amazon

Kindle Fire HD

I have "ummed" and "ahhed" for a while now about buying the iPad. The iPad 2 nearly had me but I was waiting for the iPad 3…or the "new" iPad.

I already have the iPod Touch 4G and the iPhone 4s (I am a recent convert from Android) and love both of these gizmos. The iPhone 5 doesn't even appeal a little bit because the iPhone 4s does absolutely everything I need from a phone:

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    Many many Apps

The apps include my favourites of Poker, Endemondo, calendars and the amazingly free GPS Navigation app "NavFree".

However, the iPad 3 did nothing for me...much like the iPhone 5. ​There is nothing revolutionary included that would get me to part with my cash.

As well as loving Apple and the products they (used to?) make, I also love Amazon. For me, Amazon is one of the best shopping experiences going because:

  • I don​'t have to bounce around from shop to shop in town getting bounced around by angry shoppers
  • ​Finding what I need at a lower cost is easy
  • ​Getting stuff through the post still gives me a buzz!

In fact, I buy nearly everything through Amazon Prime these day as the service is excellent and delivery is rapid.

I bought my wife the Kindle a couple of years back as she is a serious bookworm and now uses the Kindle all the time! When I recently saw the new Kindle Fire HD, I kind of felt like Scrat in the Ice Age films…I really wanted one.

It is small, compact, powerful, classy-looking with all the features I need for my work and want for my play-time. Check out our short overview of this wonderful new tablet: Amazon Kindle Fire HD

Kindle Fire HD
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