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The Unbiased Kindle Fire vs iPad 2 Comparison

Computer technology has gone a long way since the old days when a computer was basically the size of the Death Star and required ginormous blocks of ice to be cooled down. Over the years, computers have gotten smaller and smaller, to the point where you can actually carry one with you at all times. Things have not stopped however, and if things keep going as it is we may witness the birth of technologies which we thought were only reserved for science fiction movies and novels. In the present day however, the most advance computer to which we have access to is the tablet, which is basically a smaller laptop deprived of a mouse and keyboard seeing as how it uses touchscreen technology. The tablet market is only young, with Apple being the oldest competitor with their iPad. There are however more and more new companies getting into the fray, such as Amazon with their Kindle Fire.

Kindle Fire vs iPad 2

With the iPad 2 being the newest and most popular tablet, it should come as no surprise that everything which is released in this industry is compared to it. As such, a Kindle Fire vs iPad 2 comparison is in order.

As you may be aware, Apple has recently released their new iPad 2, which offers various improvements over the previous installment. First of all, it has a 9.7” widescreen multitouch display, the ability to select up to 64GB of hard drive memory and an A5 processor chip which is basically one of the best processing units tablets can get at the moment.

The iPad 2 also allows you to access Wi-Fi networks and you can even order a 3G version from either AT&T and Verizon. The battery life, which is still somewhat of a problem when it comes to tablets, can last the user up to 10 hours of continuous video playback. The iPad 2 supports BlueTooth 2.1 and EDR technology, not to mention it being equipped with two different cameras, the front one being 0.7 MP and the back one 0.3 MP. All of this comes at a price of $499.

On the other hand, we have the Kindle Fire which has a vibrant color 7” multitouch display which allows for a wide viewing angle, 8GB of internal hard drive space, and a state-of-the-art dual-core processor which might actually prove superior to what the iPad 2 has.

When it comes to Wi-Fi, the Kindle Fire also allows the user to access pretty much any public and private Wi-Fi networks, not to mention the user also has access to the free Amazon cloud storage, which basically allows you to easily store any Amazon content. Finally, the web browsing is done through Amazon Silk, which basically offers one of the fastest and most fulfilling online experiences. All of this costs only $199.

In the end, if money is really not a concern of yours and you simply want to have the best possible technology on the market, then perhaps the iPad 2 will prove to suit you well. If on the other hand you are working with a tight budget yet still want top of the line performance, then the Kindle Fire is likely what you have been looking for.

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