Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Amazon introduces the new Kindle Fire tablet HDX ago - WinFuture

tablet mail order giant Amazon has introduced in the past night, without a big event its new tablets. These have display sizes between seven and 8.9 inches and pack neatly power under the hood

Amazon has waived this year on an elaborate press presentation and presented, according to Engadget its new products in a very old-fashioned way.: in a filthy conference room. Amazon does not have to hide with its third-generation Kindle Fire but, quite the contrary.

Of the three newly launched tablets now bear the additional HDX two models, which are also the two devices with quad-core processor, the new seven-inch Kindle Fire HD with only one CPU is dual-core (1.5 GHz). It is therefore clear that Amazon marks its two flagships with HDX.

And one can certainly speak of top models: The Kindle Fire Tablets HDX have a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels (8.9 inches) and 1920 x 1200 pixels (7-inch), as both devices have a processor with 2 , 2 GHz Snapdragon clocked quad core 800. The same goes for RAM and storage options, here are two gigabytes and 16, 32 and 64 GB.
The Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 has now missed also get a rear camera, this is a lens with eight megapixels, the seven-inch model only has the front camera (which of course is also in the 8.9-inch model ). The main specifications of the four current Amazon tablets are best in the overview (see above) to see. When Kindle Fire HD 8.9 is the way to a discontinued model that Amazon now sold off discoun.
Priced the new Amazon tablets are certainly very interesting, as usual, the shipping dealer’s going very aggressive: The HDX model with 7 inch is available for $ 229, the one with 8.9 inches for $ 379. The new Kindle Fire seven-inch HD (1280 x 800 pixels), there is even for just $ 139.

HDX tablets running the way with Amazon’s heavily modified version of Android, the Fire OS 3.0, code-named Mojito. It is characterized by numerous new features, most notably a “Mayday” button, which offers a 24/7 online technical support. Information about the European launch date are not on the way.

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