The Comparison between Kindle Fire HD and Nexus 7

    Amazon Kindle Fire HD vs Google Nexus 7

    Since Amazon released the version of 7-inch new Kindle Fire HD last week, the android tablet market is boiling after the launching of Nexus 7. Amazon announced its too faster than Nexus 7 with the same price of $199.So which one really deserves your cold hard cash?Let’s just do some comparison about them.


    Kindle Fire HD has 7-inch HD LCD display working at the same 1280 x 800 pixel resolution as the Nexus 7 launched with a 7-inch LCD display running at a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution that offers decent angles and good contrast levels.

    Amazon also reckons it's got the edge with its polarising filter improveing the IPS display's viewing angles and anti-glare technology cutting glare by around one-quarter while Nexus 7 doesn’t offer them. The Kindle Fire HD also has a Micro-HDMI connector for HD video output. Nexus has only Micro USB port.

    The Kindle Fire HD has an "HD" front-facing camera for video chat,while the Nexus 7 has a 1.2MP front-facing video camera for the same purpose. The Kindle Fire also has a pair of dual-driver stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus to deliver decent music playback and clearer video dialogue. The Nexus 7 has a plain old speaker.

    One small detail is the fact that the 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD, a tab that measures 193 x 137 x 10.3 mm with 395 grams, is a bit thinner but heavier than the Google Nexus 7 measuring 198.5 x 120 x 10.5 mm and weighing 340 grams. However, the Nexus 7 has a significantly smaller footprint.

    Important Tech specs

    The Kindle Fire HD processor is a Texas Instruments OMAP4 4460 (its bigger 8.9-inch brother has a 4470, which has faster graphics), which is a dual-core model running at 1.2GHz. The Nexus 7 processor is a Tegra 3, a quad-core rated at 1.3GHz. Both devices promise all-day battery life, with the Kindle Fire HD promising 11 hours of continuous use and the Nexus 7 nine.

    For storage, Amazon Kindle Fire HD comes with 16GB and 32GB ,which is double the amount of storage as the Nexus 7 comes with 8GB and 16GB.

    For connectivity,both devices are Wi-Fi only (a 3G Nexus 7 is incoming), and the Kindle Fire has has dual MIMO Wi-Fi antennas and operates in both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, and  using MIMO data transfer technology means stronger Wi-Fi reception and smoother video and music streaming. The Nexus 7 has a single antenna and only uses the increasingly crowded 2.4GHz frequency band, but it does have an NFC chip for device-to-device communication, and built-in GPS, accelerometer and magnetometer for location- and position-based apps.


    Undoubtedly, the cool tricks on the new Kindle Fire HD are surely to appeal to lots of folks. Whispersync with Voice pairs reading with an audiobook, which is notably cool, especially when Samuel L. Jackson is reading to you. X-Ray is a great way to track down all of the mentions of a specific term within a book or a movie. And FreeTime is a set of parental controls that lets parents set limits on time and content.

    Also,you can find a remarkable library of ebooks is built by Amazon for powering Kindles, but if you're into watching new shows and downloading media at large, you'll probably be better served by Amazon's ecosystem. But if it's apps, Google's Nexus 7 has the entire Google Play app market at its fingertips, which means a wider, better selection of games and software across the board.


    If you just like to watch some movies or read some books,or a present to give to your parents, I believe Amazon Kindle Fire HD is your best choice, but if you are someone on a tight budget, students looking for a cheap laptop replacement , business travelers, or the mobile gamer, you may need to buy a Nexus 7.Of course, there are people who don’t mind the thing above, then just follow your hearts.


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