The Amazon tablet range started back in 2007, when the e-commerce giant released its humble e-book reader. Today Amazon tablets do a whole lot more, from music and movies to games and Skype calls. The most advanced Amazon tablet to date is the Kindle Fire HD, which boasts a crisp high definition screen, perfect for reading, browsing, or watching.
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The tablet's software that, among other things, enables development and installation of applications.
Supports cellular technology (via the SIM card slot) and can connect with 4G LTE networks.
Supports cellular technology (via the SIM card slot) and can connect with 3G networks.
Refers to the maximum number of pixels that the screen can display. For example, a screen resolution of 1024x768 means that the screen can display 1024 pixels vertically and 768 pixels horizontally. The higher the resolution, the better the image quality.
Stands for Random Access Memory, which stores temporary information that the tablet's processor only needs momentarily.
HDMI port, a HDMI cable transfers uncompressed digital sound- and picture signals and provides an interface between multimedia units, e.g. between a tablet and a TV (where the media can be controlled from the tablet).
Software for various purposes is always running in the background. The more cores a processor has, the more software programs can run simultaneously.
Measured diagonally in inch, 1 inch is 2.54 centimeter (cm).
Measured in milliampere-hour (mAh).
Memory Card Reader
Support for external memory cards, which are used for reading and transferring data.
Wireless networking standard, theoretically it's capable of reaching 1300 megabits per second (Mbps) in data transfer speed.
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