Tablets are quite popular nowadays and it’s expanding more as we know it. Androids are smaller than your typical Ipad. People sometimes prefer smaller for many reasons and perhaps it’s safe to say portability. Tablets get thinner and smaller, if you’re on a look out for these cool gadgets especially for the upcoming holidays, then this would be a good “guide” for you.
Earlier this week, Amazon finally unveiled its latest line of tablets, dubbed Kindle Fire HDX. While the 8.9-inch model does offer a higher resolution display, the 7-inch Fire HDX is still on-par with the Nexus 7, thanks to its 1920×1200 screen. Amazon is boasting about the gaming prowess of the Fire HDX, as the Adreno 330 GPU is reportedly four times faster than the Kindle Fire HD. And despite its extremely fast–for a tablet–2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, the Fire HDX still offers 11 hours of battery life (17 hours if you’re just reading). Other new features include a 720p front-facing camera and Amazon’s Fire 3.0 operating system.
The 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX ships October 18 for $229 (16GB) and $269 (32GB).
While there’s obviously plenty of reasons to go with Amazon’s newly announced tablet, don’t forget about the new Kindle Fire HD. The updated version of the last-gen tablet features a 1280×800 resolution display, 1GB of RAM, and 10 hours of battery life. The 8GB Kindle FIre HD has an MSRP of $139, while the 16GB model will set you back $169. Both versions ship on October 2.
So if you have already made up your mind, then we hope you’ll choose the best one that would apply to your needs and budget.