Kindle has been around in the market for a while, now in its fifth generation. Many of the tablet users may have purchased one or two of those many models that Amazon has launched. They have worked hard to capture market share, in a customer segment where the interest is spending less money and getting more features. Amazon has been successful in capturing a certain percentage and in giving something worthy along the generations that it launched.
For Amazon, every new Kindle was an exciting new offer, but how the customers took them may not be the same. Few improvements that carried along the way were a more sensible key pad. Kindle has enjoyed a decent market share over the years, it was fun, tablets were still a new idea (well, tablets had been around for a while but this was the cooler version of the old ones) and most of the users bought Kindle as their first tablet device. Since then, a lot has changed, fancier tablets (more expensive though) have come across, with wireless connectivity, 3G connectivity and all sorts of features. Amazon has been trying to respond to customer needs and more importantly to stay as close to other tablets as they could. Kindle Fire and then Kindle Fire HD (5thgeneration Kindles) have been a tremendous advancement from Kindle’s previous versions and came across more feature packed and most importantly with a bigger as well as touch – screen.
Kindle Fire HD, does attract customer attention and should manage to make waves in market. It will be available in two sizes, 7 inch and 8.9 inch screens. This will allow the customers to consider it a replacement of any old tablet they had. Be it the Kindle or any competitor versions.
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Everyone was waiting on these new tablets to appear, and they sure don’t disappoint. They might not be the best devices of their type, but they definitely are among the best ones out there.