Kindle Fire HD 7″, Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, 16 GB – Includes Special Offers [Previous Generation]

July 11, 2014 - Comment

Kindle Fire HD 7 audio Dolby Wi-Fi Dual-Band 16 GB – Con offerte speciali [Generazione precedente] Product Features 7″ HD display with anti-glare technology for rich colour and deep contrast from any viewing angle; customised Dolby audio with dual-driver stereo speakers for immersive, virtual surround sound Ultra-fast web browsing and video streaming thanks to dual-band,

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Kindle Fire HD 7 audio Dolby Wi-Fi Dual-Band 16 GB – Con offerte speciali [Generazione precedente]

Product Features

  • 7″ HD display with anti-glare technology for rich colour and deep contrast from any viewing angle; customised Dolby audio with dual-driver stereo speakers for immersive, virtual surround sound
  • Ultra-fast web browsing and video streaming thanks to dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi
  • Easy-to-use e-mail app that syncs your Gmail, Hotmail, and other accounts; full integration with Facebook for updating friends and staying in touch
  • Front-facing HD camera for Skype video chats and taking HD pictures
  • Over 22 million films, TV shows, songs, magazines, books, audiobooks, apps and games, including top favourite apps such as Skyscanner, Jamie’s 20-minute meals and Auto Trader

Comments

Dant says:

EXCELLENT!!!! SUPERB!!!! I toyed with the idea of buying a new Kindle Fire HD for over a month and, of course, read all the reviews here and on other websites. Many of these reviews put me off and I nearly ordered a Google Nexus 7. I am so happy now that I didn’t. Somehow at one point I got a feeling that many of these negative reviews had been written by Apple groupies or by people who got so used to their iPads that all they want is just another iPad. And I decided to order a Kindle Fire HD. It arrived promptly, three days ago, already registered. I really can’t understand why some people write that it shows American time or prices in dollars. During a setup process (which was fast, easy and very intuitive) I was asked about my timezone and, of course, the device was registered in the UK. The device itself is very nicely built and it is a pleasure to hold it, actually it has a much more pleasant feel than an iPad. An Amazon Kindle Fire HD cover, which came with it, fits nicely, it’s comfortable to hold and…

Stormcat says:

Kindle Fire HD – what is it for? I hesitate to dip my toe in the turbulent waters of Kindle Fire HD customer reviews, but having owned the 32GB version for two weeks now my thoughts might be useful to some. I already own a Kindle 3G and a WiFi/3G Ipad, against which the Fire HD seems to be regularly compared against. The Kindle is primarily used to take books on holiday, and the Ipad is used at home (via WiFi) and on holiday (3G/WiFi in the UK, WiFi abroad) for e-mails and internet access. I bought the Fire HD primarily (I thought)as a colour Kindle ‘plus’ – the ‘plus’ being a second access point to e-mails and internet if my partner was using the Ipad. Out of the box, it is a lovely looking piece of kit. It is heavier than a Kindle, but not distressingly so. You can hold it in one hand to read comfortably. WiFi access was automatically set-up – all I had to do was enter a pass-key (on the side of my Sky router). I have Sky e-mail, and I had to enter manually a couple of pieces of info in setting this up, but…

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