Amazon Kindle Fire HD vs Apple iPad Mini Comparison and Review Released by Tablet XRay
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 31, 2013 ) Chicago, IL -- The website Tablet X-Tray (tabletxray.com) has revealed the clear differences in a comparison that puts the spotlight on the Kindle Fire and iPad Mini tablets . The first revelation is that there is nothing like comparison by length, weight, thickness, Wireless capabilities orA video recorded from the built-in camera on the Kindle Fire HD 3G. The only plausible make-or-break approach to two generic products, with distinct technological stats, is features that work and not the number of features a device has.
The review then comes with a top five-shortlist of very essential features that either crown the iPad or Kindle as winner. For Kindle Fire HD, price (as it relates to consumers), HD display, and the content carry the day. IPad Mini bags two, including the feature of availability on high speed Internet protocols like 3G and LTE, as well as, the looks!
For Kindle Fire HD to make away with the price, one has to explain why settle on price in the first place. It is a premise of any electronic item to sell or slur depending on how it is priced. For this reason, a consumer giant had predicted, later 2012, that Kindle Fire would outsell all other tablets in the December holidays, though it would slow down 2013.The 16GB and 32GB Kindles come with $199 and $229 prices respectively, which compare to iPad Minis $329, $429 and $529 (64 GB) accordingly. More details on this can also be found on a recent publication from them on http://www.prweb.com/releases/kindle-fire-tablet-review/ipad-vs-kindle-fire-hd/prweb10291369.htm
Going to the display factor, a word of guidance on settling on this feature suffices: high definition is one of the guiding lights in any e-reader or custom video-watching machine. Here the Amazon electronic takes the crown for it is HD while iPad Mini, surprisingly is not, with the comparative resolutions being 1280 by 800 and 1024 by 768, respectively. The third comparison quotient is content, which requires no further elaboration, being the very lure that makes customers avail the device. Not surprisingly,
About Tablet X-Tray:
The tablet review website Tablet X-Tray is focused on publishing reviews and comparisons of some of the best and competing tablets in the current market. The core view is to explore the key features of each tablet in order to help consumers choose the best suited for their unique needs.
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