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Amazon Kindle Fire
The latest incarnation of Amazon's Kindle Fire -- not to be confused with the higher-spec Kindle Fire HD tablet -- is a revamp of the first-generation Kindle Fire, a tablet that came from nowhere to own over half of the Android tablet market in a matter of months.
The updated Kindle Fire offers three improvements over the earlier model. First, it's been upgraded with a processor that's 40 percent faster, so it's smoother and can get more done in less time. It also features an improved user interface making it easier to use than ever. It is also significantly cheaper than the original Kindle Fire.
Amazon is also not mean with the storage either, with the Kindle Fire coming with 16GB of space for your apps and media.
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