Parents, teens, pre-teens and children will love the Kindle Fire. The best thing about any Kindle is the sheer amount of content available on Amazon, but the Kindle Fire adds app capabilities that push the Kindle Fire into the fully functional Android based tablet class. The Kindle Fire e-reader is set up to be a world class business and entertainment machine.
The small format, pocket-book size and seven inch screen make the Kindle Fire easy to hold in one hand or tuck into a purse or jacket pocket. Even small children will find the Kindle Fire easy to hold and use. The no-slip, rubberized case coating make gripping easy. Rugged case design and the tough Gorilla Glass screen make the Kindle Fire tough enough to leave unattended with the kids. Although the screen size is smaller than the industry leading iPad, the benefits of an easier to hold case footprint and tough exterior make up the difference.
Amazon Prime membership allows Kindle owners the ability to borrow at least one book per month from The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. The Library contains thousands of books, including at least 100 current and former New York Times Best Sellers. The best part of The Kindle Owner’s Lending Library for the Kindle e-reader is that there are no due dates or late fees.
The full color Kindle Fire displays up to 1,000 children’s books like never before. Little hands can easily turn the pages and the color screen gives a rich, true color look to illustrations. The Comics app by comiXology allows teens, pre-teens and parents access to a large collection of full color comic books.
The Kindle Fire has apps for Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, ESPN ScoreCenter and IMDB for even more content. Games from popular online developers, like Zynga, EA, Gameloft, PopCap and Rovio, plus home and productivity apps make the Fire more than an e-reader. Anything is possible using the Kindle Fire, from money management and entertainment, to a basic shopping list.
Parents will appreciate using the Kindle Fire for home and business needs, entertainment or story-time. Teens and pre-teens will love Kindle Fire’s game, comic and media features.
The Kindle Fire is currently available on Amazon.com for $199.