Compared to other similar tablets, Kindle Fire has quite a slow processor
Well, I am quite disappointed by the product and the Amazon itself. In fact, I just returned the Kindle Fire as it didn’t work out for me. I wanted to keep it and even tried to use it for a few days, but I gave up as it was too frustrating.
If you are interested only to surf the internet, it is the perfect product, but, I can do the same thing with my phone as well. There are several things that extremely bother me with this device.
So, here are the causes of my frustration with this product.
The device has no microphone, which bothers me a lot as I have to type in everything instead of using for instance Google search through voice. The next annoying thing is the marketplace.
While several convenient apps, including Google maps, voice, mail, calendar, youtube are available on the Android marketplace, none of these are available on the Kindle Fire.
Unfortunately, this product fails to provide the android flexibility most people got used to. The hardware is also not the best out there. Compared to other similar tablets, this one has quite a slow processor.
The internal memory includes 8 GB of memory, but it cannot be extended as there is no memory card slot. I guess I will wait for the launch of the next and perhaps better tablet.
Jeremy, Washington DC.