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Question by Stephanie: Replace my Kindle or buy a Kindle fire?
I bought my husband while he was deployed a Kindle 3G wireless + WiFi e-reader. He loved it, but, when he came home, the screen busted during the trip. I called Amazon and of course, the Kindle is out of it’s one year warranty. They offered to replace the Kindle for $ 85. I did research and noticed that the normal price of the identical Kindle was $ 135, I was happy to have learned how much money I could save. Until I noticed the latest and greatest Kindle Fire. Yes it IS more, but the color screen and the reviews attracted me to the item. Here is the dilemma; I planned on purchasing my husband an iPad 2 for Valentine’s day, is the Kindle Fire simmilar to the iPad 2? I would only use the Kindle for book/magazine reading. Anyone have the Kindle Fire and love it, or should I just stick with my replacement??
Answer by Emilee
Oh gosh get the Kindle Fire!
It’s so easy to use, you buy books right on your kindle very easily, and I learned right where everything is very quickly without having to look at the directions.
It’s fabulous for reading outside and in the dark, my only complaint is it hurts you eyes a little when you read for a long time. Then I usually change the color settings from the bright white, to the tannish color and it usually helps.
It comes with sooo many features games, apps, magazines and newspaper, books (of course), music, internet,and much more! It even has a GPS! (A free app you can download right from your kindle).
It’s pretty much like the iPad 2 except smaller, and lighter. Easier to carry around. The only thing is it can’t take pictures like the iPad, but you can have a camera for that, right?
I would defiantly suggest the Kindle Fire.
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