About Kindle Fire
Books are a joy for countless readers, both young and old. And with recent advances in technology, there have been many exciting developments in the publishing world. Consider, for example, the Kindle Fire: a mini-tablet computer version of Amazon's well-known Kindle e-book reader. The Kindle Fire was announced on September 28, 2011. It has a 7-inch, colour, multi-touch display with IPS technology. This amazing device runs a forked version of Google's Android operating system. It also includes easy access to the Amazon application store, enabling users to stream movies and television shows, as well as read Kindle's e-books. The Kindle Fire's external dimensions are 190 × 120 × 11 mm. The visible screen is a comfortable 150 × 89 mm. There have been upgrades to the Kindle Fire's RAM to 1GB, and its processor clock speed was enhanced to 1.2 GHz. The Kindle Fire is the second-best selling tablet in the world, with nearly 7 million units sold. Generally, Kindle Fire devices employ a 1-GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 dual-core processor. Connectivity is through 802.11n Wi-Fi and USB 2.0. This impressive device comes with 8 GB of internal storage, which is enough space to house 80 applications, plus either 10 movies, or 800 songs, or 6,000 books. The Kindle Fire's technical specifications mention a 4400 mAh battery, sustaining up to 8 hours of continual reading and up to 7.5 hours of video playback with its wireless feature switched off. Total internal storage on the Kindle Fire is a smashing 8GB, of which approximately 6.5GB is available for content. Now, there’s some good bedtime reading.