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January 09, 2012

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Budi

I believe that Kindle Fire can't be classified as Tablet. It's features just for entertainment. :)

Christa

I have had more problems with my kindle fire than could be imagined. I even had to get a new one and now i am on the second one and it is not turning on! i have never heard of anything like this happening to an Ipad... it is ridiculous

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Thanks for the info on the fire. I agree with you on the form factor being preferable compared to the ipad... And also the part about rooting it, I am the type of user who wants full control of the products I buy, and being able to do what I want to it -- which includes running any programs I feel like it. Kindle seems to be going the "proprietary" route that IBM did with the "PC". Apple is doing the same naturally, but as the monopoly market leader, I don't think they have much to worry about. Thanks for this post =)

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