Posts tagged with: Kindle Fire HD 8.9
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    Amazon announced its Kindle Fire HD lineup during the first week of September last year, following the first-gen Kindle Fire launch the September before. If history intends to repeat itself, we could be just weeks away from checking out an all-new refresh to the Kindle Fire family. We've heard a few rumors about just what kind of hardware we could be looking at for these tablets, and it all sounds like some pretty high-end gear. Today we get to look at some benchmark data that lines up nicely with those specs. Over on GFXBench, there's an unknown Amazon tablet with the designation KFAPWA. ...

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    With so many devices launched between the fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013, we know many of you want to know what's worth your money, and what you should skip with no questions asked. Both 2012 and 2013 have been great years for mobile technology, but we have a feature called "Worst Gadgets Ever" for a reason. There's always a good deal of products that either end-up as vapor ware, some that suck on their own, and some which simply aren't worth your money when compared to other devices in the market. We thought we'd help you with the Top 5 devices that we would all skip out of everything ...

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    Amazon's Kindle Fire HD models aren't even six months old yet, but things move fast in the Android tablet world, and as even the budget-priced end of the scale sees the move to quad-core chips and A15-based designs, Amazon may be starting to feel a little pressure to make its tablets (despite their huge sales figures) just a tad more competitive. To that end, the company has a short-lived promotion on the 8.9-inch versions of the Kindle Fire HD underway, offering what amounts to 10% savings. As part of what's being positioned as a Valentine's Day sale, shoppers who enter the code ...

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    The Kindle Fire HD 8.9" is one of the newest Amazon tablets and in case you missed our unboxing you should watch it right now, especially the software parts, because the ROM from this tablet has been ported to the Samsung Nexus S. We've seen ports left and right but this Kindle Fire HD 8.9 port is among the select few Amazon-made ROMs to run on another device. Expect a lot of unstable operation and bugs but if you have to check it out, and you know you do, you should know that it boots just fine, if you do you it right. However, the camera doesn't work (since there's none on the Kindle ...

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