The Kindle Fire from Amazon has one major downfall, which is its software
The Kindle Fire from Amazon has one major downfall, which is its software. The user interface of the device is simply not enough to truly impress the consumer. The browser and the carousel are highly deficient. The webpages are rendered slowly and the scrolling is also a poor one.
However, on the other hand, in terms of hardware it is a major success, despite the fact that it doesn’t include camera on the front or hardware buttons. Let’s not forget that we are talking about a $200 device and as such, certain compromises had to be made. This price point made impossible the implementation of some features.
All in one, it has a remarkable build quality with a rather good screen. Software is the one that ruins the overall quality and aspect of the device. In my opinion this is a 4 star device, as it has a decent screen, it is well built and includes a dual core processor.
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