Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 inch (1st gen, 2012)

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 30715 recensioni su Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 inch (1st gen, 2012). La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.2/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.2/5 per altri prodotti. I commenti su portabilità e schermo sono globale positive. In aggiunta, prezzo e performance ottengono buone opinioni.

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Recensione esperto da : Andrew Williams (trustedreviews.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD

 

We find out if Amazon's 7-inch Android tablet beats the Google Nexus 7.

Decent screen ; Good value ; Has a video output

Prescriptive UI ; No GPS

Aside from Wi-Fi, all you get is Bluetooth, letting you connect with Bluetooth speakers and headphones.

10/2012

Recensione esperto da : Tim Stevens (engadget.com)

Kindle Fire HD (7-inch)

 

More Info Amazon announces 7- and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDs, pricing starts at $199 Kindle Fire HD 7-inch hands-on (Update: video) Amazon Kindle Fire review It was 10 months ago that we had a doppelgänger in our midst. Amazon unleashed the Kindle Fire...

Great-looking IPS screen ; Much-improved design ; Strong WiFi performance ; Extensive content selection

Occasionally sluggish performance ; Constant sales pitches

Amazon's Kindle Fire HD is a big step forward over the original Fire, but still a little too customized to appeal to more serious tablet users.

09/2012

Recensione esperto da : Xiomara Blanco (cnet.com)

Amazon Fire HD Kids Edition includes 2-year replacement guarantee

 

The 6- and 7-inch pair of tablets are a cheap alternative to toy-like kids tablets.

09/2014

Recensione esperto da : T3 Online (t3.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD review

 

Can the Amazon Kindle Fire HD take on the Google Nexus 7 and the iPad Mini?

Sturdy build ; Screen is great for video ; Huge ebook selection

No 3G ; Backlit screen on books ; Slightly lacking in apps

11/2012

Recensione esperto da : Roberto Baldwin (wired.com)

Review: Amazon Kindle Fire HD

 

The changes Amazon has made in order to stay at the head of the budget tablet pack have produced a machine that's just plain better...

New physical design and updated user interface make for a more refined overall experience. Audio Whispersync and X-Ray for Books and Video make watching, listening and reading that much more enjoyable. Beautiful screen. Good speakers. HDMI out for...

Silk browser still needs work. No quick app switching. No default camera app. E-mail, calendar and contacts feel like afterthoughts — the emphasis here is clearly on consuming content, playing games and reading books, not advanced productivity

09/2012

Recensione esperto da : Eric Franklin (cnet.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7in review

 

Editors' note (September 25, 2013): The product reviewed here has been discontinued; however, there are plenty of new Kindle Fire options , including a redesigned Fire HD .

The Kindle Fire HD has a most impressive-looking 7-inch tablet screen, its speakers deliver killer sound, and its refined interface is the best gateway to Amazon content for Prime members. New enhancements fill its $200 price to the brim with value.

Performance is sluggish at times and the Fire HD is less comfortable to hold than the Nexus 7. The curated app store means many apps and games are not available. There's a $15 opt-out for ads.

With a beautiful screen, refined interface, and huge coffer of media consumption options, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD is the Kindle Fire as it should have been.

09/2012

Recensione esperto da : Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD (7", Wi-Fi)

 

The Amazon Kindle Fire HD ($199/16GB; $249/32GB) isn't a tablet. It's more like a shop window onto the world's biggest content department store. The new 7-inch model from the super-retailer offers up a well-designed interface that provides an easy way...

Gorgeous screen. Very easy to use. Amazon Prime members get lots of video and book content. Multi-user parental controls

Rigidly locked to the Amazon ecosystem. Sluggish on occasion. Other tablets have more apps

The 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD is a great way to consume your Amazon content on a small screen, but it's not the fastest or most flexible $200 tablet any more.

09/2012

Recensione esperto da : Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD (7

 

The 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD is a great way to consume your Amazon content on a small screen, but it's not the fastest or most flexible $200 tablet any more.

Gorgeous screen. Very easy to use. Amazon Prime members get lots of video and book content. Multi-user parental controls.

Rigidly locked to the Amazon ecosystem. Sluggish on occasion. Other tablets have more apps.

The Photos section displays pictures from your Amazon account or your Facebook account (but not your friends' photos). Docs displays documents you've sideloaded or e-mailed to the Kindle's unique address; it displays PDFs, Word documents, and...

09/2012

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD review (7-inch)

 

To put a review of the Kindle Fire HD in perspective, you have to peer just a tiny bit into the past. It was barely a week ago that the world watched Amazon begin a magical transformation from that of a humble multinational that...

Terrific display ; Ecosystem with Prime is outstanding ; Faster performance all around

Software can be buggy and sluggish ; App selection is still weak ; For lean-back experiences only

There are two devices in this review

Recensione esperto da : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Amazon Kindle Fire HD

 

The Kindle Fire HD brings to the UK something missing from Amazon's armoury: a tablet. With the Kindle E Ink reader now firmly lodged in the hands, and minds, of many, the most important thing about this particular tablet might not be the operating...

User interface is nicely integrated with content, cloud storage options, build quality, affordable, sound quality

Lacks some of the convenience of native Android apps, app store lacks some of the best that Android offers, display is a bit too glossy, no offline video from Lovefilm, can feel a little slow to navigate at times

The Kindle Fire HD wants to be the complete package, from hardware to content. The price makes it attractive and there are various options on offer: higher storage at £209 and the "with offers" alternative, which knocks £10 off the price in exchange...

11/2012