Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7
The HDX 7 is part of Amazon's refreshed Kindle Fire tablet lineup. The new Kindle Fire HDX tablets consist of a 7-inch 1920×1200 display, powered by Snapdragon 800 processor running at 2.2 GHz, 2GB of RAM and Fire OS 3. Last but not least, the HDX 7 packs a "Mayday" button that gets you free tech support 24x7.
Excellent performance that speeds through Web sites and UI pages at a frantic pace.
Small light design is comfy for reading books.
Amazon's ecosystem is incredible.
Mayday is amazing.
Smart UI changes lead to an overall more pleasant experience.
Lacks Google Play.
Lacks built-in storage expansion.
16Gb is too small for 1080p movies.
Short battery life.
Interface is very geared to buying things from Amazon.
Core apps still aren't perfect.
By TrustedReviews on November 21, 2013
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 is a great, easy to use 7-inch tablet with some exciting and unique features you won’t find on other Android tablets. It’s just a shame about the app support.80
By Android Central on November 17, 2013
Amazon's third try at a tablet takes things to the next level provided you're an Amazon customer or want to be oneAmazon has a long history with Android, delivering a Kindle tablet that mostly runs it for the last three years. Now...-
By T3 on November 14, 2013
If on the other hand you want the simple life and you want a true media player that will give you an almost inexhaustible supply of books, music and video then the Kindle is the tablet for you.80
By TechRadar on November 13, 2013
We get our hands on the latest bit of Amazon kit – but will a stronger CPU and supercrisp screen be enough to take on the Nexus 7? The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 is a tablet that's entering choppy waters. The seven inch segment is getting...-
By NotebookCheck on October 28, 2013
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 The Kindle Fire HDX 7 is a stronger product at the time of release compared to the Kindle Fire HD 7. Its Snapdragon 800 SoC and Adreno 330 graphics truly do belong on tablets and smartphones worth at least twice the price and...85
By Phone Arena on October 23, 2013
Knowing already what its competition has on the market, you’d think that Amazon would try to somehow one-up the Google Nexus 7 2013 Edition to become the premier 7-inch budget tablet offering heading into the upcoming holiday season. However,...-
By MobileTechReview on October 18, 2013
If you want a tablet primarily to consume Amazon services and content, the Kindle Fire HDX is the way to go. Books, movies, magazines and music--it's all here and easier to use than on a PC with a web browser. Since there's no Amazon Prime Video...80
By Digital Trends on October 16, 2013
The Kindle Fire HDX's improvements are all welcome. It has much more powerful internals that result in smooth performance, and an updated OS that makes it feel more like a tablet and less like a cluttered storefront for Amazon's services. And...80
By CNET Australia on October 10, 2013
Armed with a powerful processor and Amazon's exhaustive content library, the Kindle Fire HDX delivers incredible value for its...83
By Engadget on October 02, 2013
If you're searching for that perfect starter tablet for a loved one, the HDX is a compelling proposition with plenty of user-friendly features and specs that match the Nexus 7 blow for blow. Looks like it's going to be another Merry Christmas for Amazon's hardware division.-