Archive for January, 2012
Everyone was shocked when Amazon unveiled their latest project, the Kindle Fire. With a release close to the date of the iPad, skeptics all over the country denounced it as a cheap alternative to the Fire and frankly that was the entire point of the product. Cheap doesn’t always have to be a bad thing and when it comes to experiencing a real internet experience in the palm of your hands which would you rather pay? 200 or upwards of about 900?
What the Fire does lack in finesse and gloss it more than makes up for in both portability and price. And unlike the regular kindle and its limited online features, the Fire can hook up to the Amazon cloud and play music, stream movies and even comes with a web browser. Perfect if you get your internet through wireless services like clearwirelessinternet4g.com.
While it’s true that the storage capacity can leave a little to be desired in terms of what you can do and a longer battery life couldn’t have hurt, these minor gripes fail to take away from what you are gaining. If it’s a cheaper alternative to the iPad that you’re looking for then look no further than the Fire. This quality alternative is a perfect device to handle all your reading and internet needs.