Surely you’ve heard by know that Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet isn’t an iPad killer. But it does have a few desirable traits that the iPad doesn’t. The Huffington Post lists six of them:
- It supports Flash: Many iPad and iPhone users wish that Apple would take a page from Amazon’s playbook when it comes to this.
- It’s cheaper: A Kindle Fire (which does not offer 3G) will run you $199. For the cheapest iPad 2 model, which also does not offer 3G, you’ll shell out $499.
- It’s smaller and lighter: Which is good news for all you one-handed readers.
- It’s faster…: At least, when it comes to web browsing. Based on Jeff Bezos’ claims, Amazon’s Silk browser should be the fastest mobile browser you can get.
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, including more details on why the Silk browser will likely be “very, very fast.”