Kindle Fire HDX 7″, HDX Display, Wi-Fi and 4G LTE, 32 GB – Includes Special Offers

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Kindle Fire HDX is perfect for work or play, with the fastest processor on a 7″ tablet, the latest graphics engine, world-class Dolby audio, and a highly portable form factor. Exclusive HDX display has perfect color accuracy (100% sRGB) and over 2 million pixels for vivid, lifelike images that go beyond HD. Live on-device expert

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Kindle Fire HDX is perfect for work or play, with the fastest processor on a 7″ tablet, the latest graphics engine, world-class Dolby audio, and a highly portable form factor. Exclusive HDX display has perfect color accuracy (100% sRGB) and over 2 million pixels for vivid, lifelike images that go beyond HD. Live on-device expert tech support is just a tap away with the new “Mayday” button – it’s available 24×7, 365 days a year, and it’s free.

Product Features

  • Exclusive 7″ HDX display with exceptional pixel density (323 ppi/1920x 1200), plus powerful 2.2GHz quad-core processor
  • Front facing HD camera for taking pictures or Skype video calls.
  • Ultra-fast web browsing, built-in OfficeSuite, robust email and calendar support for Gmail, Outlook, and more
  • Live on-device tech support is just a tap away with the new “Mayday” button

Comments

Steve says:

A good upgrade from last year’s model – Beautiful Display, Great Device – Fell short on battery life For those who are looking at getting the best tablet out there at the moment, this is the one you should be looking at.My profile: Heavy tablet users for personal and business purposes. I work on my tablet around 4-5 hours a day (Email / Documents / Spreadsheet / PDF ) and use it 1-2 hours for personal use such as watching movies or reading books/magazine. Tablet is my go-to device for all internet related search I do.I have the following and/or used the following before:1) iPad 12) iPad 23) iPad 44) iPad Mini5) Kindle Fire6) Kindle Fire HD7) Kindle Fire HD 8.98) Asus Transformer with Keyboard9) Nexus 7 First GenAs you can see, I been through many devices and hope this review with my experience helps users decide if this is the right device for them. This will be an ongoing review for this device throughout this next year. For comparison sake, I will use last year’s Kindle and iPad mini…

NF says:

Excellent 3rd-generation tablet that compares favorably to the competition This is the middle model of the three models that Amazon is shipping this year: the Kindle Fire HD, the Kindle Fire HDX (this tablet), and the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″. This is the successor for last year’s Kindle Fire HD but with an updated operating system and new features, a redesigned shell (with the power and volume control buttons more readily accessible), an absolutely amazing display, superb sound, an included power adapter, and the new Mayday feature. See http://www.amazon.com/review/RNH700DOM9WN3/ for my review of the Kindle Fire HD and http://www.amazon.com/review/R2YPITHVTYLCZT for my review of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″.Update: Some users are reporting a bluish glow around the edges of the screen for the HDX. If you search on YouTube for HDX Blue Haze, you can find a video showing the issue. Amazon has updated their “Learn More” link with the following info:”To achieve the perfect color accuracy on Kindle Fire HDX 7″ at the lowest possible battery…

Michael Gallagher says:

Nice Tablet with Sharp Display To sum up what I will tell you about in the details below, for $229 you are getting a good deal on a tablet computer – especially if you compare it to the $199 for last year’s first-generation Fire HD 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 watch a lot of video or play a lot of games on your device: the video quality is outstanding and you can really tell a difference between this and the new HD Fire. If you are a first-time tablet buyer, where price vs. value is a key consideration, or if you are looking for an affordable tablet for the kids, I’d recommend the “regular” Kindle Fire HD that is only $139. If you’re comparing last year’s HD model to this version and it 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 HDX to the…

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