Kindle 7 Review

The Kindle 7 is one of the cheapest tablets on the market, and it is a great device for the price. I purchased my Kindle tablet for 35 dollars. My first tablet was the original Kindle Fire, and it is difficult to compare to the new kindle 7. Amazon has really spruced up their App Store. They now offer a variety of free games and apps with Amazon Underground.

The Kindle 7 does not have a very good display or sound system. The resolution is 1024 by 600 pixels, and it has one mono speaker. It is not a great device for watching movies and tv shows, but it will get the job done.

It works well for browsing emails, reading books and playing games. The Kindle 7 also has an expandable storage option. This feature should be included in all tablets. The Fire tablet has a 1.3 GHz quad core processor; it is not a slow tablet.

I am not going to compare the Kindle Fire to the iPad, because that wouldn’t be fair. It is not a great tablet for media or office work. However, it works well if you just want to browse Facebook or read a book. It is not a powerhouse, but it is a nice entry level tablet. I give the Kindle 7 a 6.5 out of 10.

-MT

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iPad Air 2 Review

The iPad Air 2 is an amazing device, in fact, I am using it right now to write this review. The new iPad is incredibly light and portable. The speakers are loud and clear. The iPad has stereo speakers. It also has a clear and crisp display. The resolution is 2048 by 1536 pixels. I enjoy using it to watch YouTube and Netflix. It is also a great device for social networking, browsing the Internet and writing.

I have the 16Gb version, so my space is limited. I can only store a number of applications. Apple should provide an option for expandable storage. This is one of the major flaws that the device has.

The iPad Air 2 is by far the best tablet I have ever owned. It is easy to switch between using the iPhone and iPad. This is because the operating system is basically the same. I have been using the Nexus 7 tablet for the past several years. One of my favorite applications on the iPad Air is FaceTime. It is a great way to communicate with friends and family.

The iPad Air 2 is great for watching videos, communicating, listening to music and playing games. It is also one of the best tablets for productivity. It is almost good enough to replace my computer. The only thing I don’t like about the iPad is the lack of storage space. I give the iPad Air 2 an 8.5 out of 10.

-MT