Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

Summary: Every time a new tablet computer hits the market, experts speculate whether it could be the one to take down Apple's iPad. CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains why Amazon's Kindle Fire could be its stiffest competition yet.

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  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    Fix the audio. Stops after 45 seconds.
    Peter Sabin
  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    Audio is bad.
    AaronHZ
  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    Audio is gone after 45 seconds!
    SonhadorPR
  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    audio stops after 45 sec or so.
    isadan007
  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    I can read text at the office, but not listen to video. Give me a story, not a talking head.
    dalenapier@...
  • Audio missing on this video

    I agree price for the features is a big factor. Eve $200.00 is pricey given what is on the market. HP has flooded the market for $99.00 with its tablet and all these are readers. Try to find apps on line and they all think it's a cell phone!
    We need an apps market for tablets only!
    rmacleod@...
  • RE: Amazon's Kindle Fire has content, price to compete

    You think the audio is bad, I'm trying to view it in Chrome and can't even get the video to start.
    dachba