As many of you know, I have been planning to do a comprehensive video review of the new Kindle Fire from Amazon.
I had pre-ordered the device within an hour of the announcement, written a First Impressions article prior to its release, in addition to an Initial Hands-on once it arrived at my doorstep on November 15th.
Now that I have had a couple of weeks to play with my new toy, I wanted to share my thoughts, impressions and rating for Amazon’s new 7″ tablet. What follows is a comprehensive 4-Part video series in which I take you on a full tour of the device, discussing all of its features, specs and performance.
Additionally, I have upgraded this review to also include a full tutorial and walkthrough of the Kindle Fire…therefore the videos have been broken up into 4 parts that will cover:
- Part 1: Introduction to the Kindle Fire, a tour of the hardware and specs, in addition to a hands-on with the device.
- Part 2: Settings, newsstand, magazines, books and the Kindle Store, comics and graphic novels.
- Part 3: Music, streaming, the Amazon Cloud Player, Whispersync, videos, Hulu+, Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Videos, Prime membership and docs.
- Part 4: Apps, the Silk Browser and web surfing, email, memory management and my final thoughts, opinion and rating.
My hope is that this review & tutorial will be helpful to both current Kindle Fire owners, in addition to those who are interested in purchasing the device. I tried to cover as many bases as I could, so that useful information can be found for those who are new to the tablet market, as well as those who are “tech-heads” like myself. 🙂
You can also view the videos by visiting the Stimulated Boredom YouTube Channel.
So, without further ado, enjoy the review!
*For the best viewing experience, please be sure to select 720p HD viewing
Part 1: Introduction, Hardware Tour | Specs & Hands-on
Part 2: Settings, Newsstand, Magazines, Books, Comics & Graphic Novels
Part 3: Music, Amazon Cloud Player, Videos & Docs
Part 4: Apps, Silk Browser, Email, Final Thoughts, Opinion & Rating
If you have any questions about anything not covered in the video, or would like more specificity about a particular feature, please feel free to leave a comment in the section below or email me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
By: Dana Sciandra