Kindle Fire HD 7″, HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB

The new Kindle Fire HD is a full-featured HD tablet at an SD price. There’s more to enjoy than ever before with a stunning HD display, faster performance, longer battery life, and lighter design. With a light, durable design, plus easy to use parental controls and Kindle FreeTime, Kindle Fire HD is easy to share with anyone in your family

Product Features

  • 1280×800 high definition LCD display with over one million pixels
  • Fast 1.5GHz dual-core processor
  • Ultra-fast web browsing over built-in Wi-Fi
  • Robust e-mail and calendar support for Gmail, Outlook, and more

3 responses to “Kindle Fire HD 7″, HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB”

  1. Michael Gallagher says:

    Good Value for the Money To sum up what I will tell you about in the details below, for just $139 you are getting one heck of a deal on a tablet computer – especially if you compare it to the $199 for last year’s first-generation Fire HD this one is replacing and the $500 or more you can spend on a Wi-Fi version of the iPad. Overall, if you consider the price and the functionality I think this is a great tool / toy if you are a first-time tablet buyer, price vs. value is a key consideration, or if you are looking for an affordable tablet for the kids. If you’re comparing last year’s HD model to this version and last year’s model is operating fine, I’d say save your money and continue to get your money’s worth out of that one.My review below compares a lot of the features of this version of the Fire HD to the original Fire HD, but also some of the features for a first-time user.I will say setup was a literal pain in the neck, and I said a lot of bad words: despite being a brand new…

  2. Nobody's Fool says:

    Decent, inexpensive, entry-level tablet This is the second-generation Kindle Fire HD but with an updated operating system and new features, a redesigned case (with the power and volume control buttons more readily accessible) and the power adapter included rather than as a separate $19.99 accessory. And all of this at a great price. When you consider the formerly separate cost of the adapter, you’d have spent $80 more just a couple of months ago for the same tablet.This is primarily a content consumption device, best suited for connecting to the Amazon ecosystem, including videos, music, books, apps, and so on. With the free Prime trial subscription, you can check out the Prime Instant Video options for free. The display is excellent, as is the sound quality and network connectivity. Note that for videos, music, and books, the Amazon selection is at or near the top of the list; for apps, much less so. Just about all of the top 100 apps are available on Amazon.com, as well as thousands of others, but if there are…

  3. MarkM says:

    A 4.5 star tablet First off, I would like to say this tablet is a great deal for just $139.99. I tried finding a tablet for under 100$ that would just work properly, just to let you know it’s impossible. First, I want to tell you how I decided to buy this tablet.I first bought the 9 inch Dragon touch tablet for 78$ but to be blunt it sucked. It was so slow that the web browser would always freeze, even if I did a simple Google search. I did not want to take a chance with it and returned it after 2 days of using it and decided to give the kindle fire HD a chance.Exterior: The exterior is well built. No loose pieces, and the plastic is very firm. My previous cheap tablet had plastic that felt it was going to snap if you held it too hard. Of course the iPad mini has a glass screen and aluminum body, but it also starts at 329$. There are 2 ports: a micro usb and a headphone jack to plug in your headphones. The nice thing is that the micro usb is universal and finding a plug is cheap…

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