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Which Android Tablet Should I Get?

Im stuck on which tablet would be better, the Kindle Fire: http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Fire-Amazon-Tablet/dp/B0051VVOB2/ref=pd_cp_pc_3 OR the Coby Kyros with android 2.3: http://www.amazon.com/Coby-Android-Internet-Touchscreen-MID7120-4G/dp/B005HR84VS/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1324101746&sr=1-1-catcorr PLEASE HELP, and does the kindle even run on android??

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    Jorden
    Posted 2 years ago

    u should get first one
    try it
    http://www.bestanswer4u.blogspot.com/

      Lulu Baike
      Posted 2 years ago

      I think the first is better, but also expensive if you want buy cheaper tablet may be this Web is suit
      for you http://www.cheaptabletspcs.com/

        Ankit
        Posted 2 years ago

        visit Flipkart, infibeam and homeshop 18 for good deals

          Maxine
          Posted 2 years ago

          possibly so

            Joseph Evans
            Posted 2 years ago

            I have Kindle Fire and Coby Kyros reviews from shopper.com for your information. It should be better for you to compare.

            Amazon Kindle Fire
            price range: $199

            The good: The Kindle Fire is a 7-inch tablet that links seamlessly with Amazon’s impressive collection of digital music, video, magazine, and book services in one easy-to-use package. It boasts a great Web browser, and its curated Android app store includes most of the big must-have apps (such as Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu). The Fire has an ultra-affordable price tag, and the screen quality is exceptional for the price.

            The bad: The budget price means no premium features (3G wireless, cameras, microphone, GPS, and location services are absent), but the biggest issues are its paltry storage (only 8GB of storage–with no expansion slot), lack of Bluetooth, and dearth of parental controls. Screen brightness could be better, and the app selection doesn’t match Apple’s or Google’s (at least for now). Also, you’ll need an Amazon Prime subscription to take advantage of some of the more-unique features.

            The bottom line: Though it lacks the tech specs found on more-expensive Apple and Android tablets, the $199 Kindle Fire is an outstanding entertainment value that prizes simplicity over techno-wizardry.

            More Buying Choices from $199:
            http://tinyurl.com/7atlvfn
            ——————————

            Coby Kyros
            price range: $159.99 – $219.16
            Reviewed by: Donald Bell
            Reviewed on: 05/20/2011
            Updated on:10/10/2011

            The good: The Coby Kyros tablet delivers Android 2.2 at an attractive price, along with HDMI output, microSD memory expansion, and a front-facing camera.

            The bad: The screen quality and touch responsiveness are awful; battery life is poor; the design is bulky; there’s no Adobe Flash support; and Google’s suite of mobile apps isn’t included.

            The bottom line: The Coby Kyros tablet offers a large screen for relatively little money, but it’s a bad proposition at any price.

            More Buying Choices: 17 used & new from $114.49
            http://tinyurl.com/c7xgmmp
            ——————
            Kindle run on android so you can read e-books using Amazon’s popular Kindle software, download Android apps and games using Amazon’s Appstore, purchase music using Amazon’s MP3 store, and watch videos using Amazon’s video on-demand and download services.

              TheTruth
              Posted 2 years ago

              Hey riuk, I’d say neither of those two is the best choice by far. Kindle Fire is OK for video playback, web browsing, and apps. However, it’s not too good for reading (very reflective screen with no coating), and not the best for anything else with choppy video playback and slow apps load. For only $50 more, you can get Nook Tablet – it’s performance smokes Kindle Fire in all pro reviews specifically on video playback, the screen quality, and how fast apps load. Reported issues with Fire are it runs hot to touch, video playback is jerky, touch screen is not responsive and it takes 2-3 touches to register, power button placement is very poor and is prone to accidental power off, all the hype of Silk browser is a myth where the browsing is actually slower than on other Android tablets, etc. Nook Tablet has Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Angry Brids, etc., the best battery life (30% better), the best non-glare laminated screen (visibly noticeable difference in side by side tests in video playback and EBooks reading), double the RAM and space for apps/photos/movies, microSD slot (not on Kindle) and a microphone for Skype (not on Kindle or Color), and much zippier performance during video playback and apps usage than choppy/laggy act of Kindle Fire according to many user reviews. Nook tablet is a bit lighter than Kindle Fire as well.

            6 comments on “Which Android Tablet Should I Get?

            1. Jorden on said:

              u should get first one
              try it
              http://www.bestanswer4u.blogspot.com/

            2. Lulu Baike on said:

              I think the first is better, but also expensive if you want buy cheaper tablet may be this Web is suit
              for you http://www.cheaptabletspcs.com/

            3. visit Flipkart, infibeam and homeshop 18 for good deals

            4. Maxine on said:

              possibly so

            5. Joseph Evans on said:

              I have Kindle Fire and Coby Kyros reviews from shopper.com for your information. It should be better for you to compare.

              Amazon Kindle Fire
              price range: $199

              The good: The Kindle Fire is a 7-inch tablet that links seamlessly with Amazon’s impressive collection of digital music, video, magazine, and book services in one easy-to-use package. It boasts a great Web browser, and its curated Android app store includes most of the big must-have apps (such as Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu). The Fire has an ultra-affordable price tag, and the screen quality is exceptional for the price.

              The bad: The budget price means no premium features (3G wireless, cameras, microphone, GPS, and location services are absent), but the biggest issues are its paltry storage (only 8GB of storage–with no expansion slot), lack of Bluetooth, and dearth of parental controls. Screen brightness could be better, and the app selection doesn’t match Apple’s or Google’s (at least for now). Also, you’ll need an Amazon Prime subscription to take advantage of some of the more-unique features.

              The bottom line: Though it lacks the tech specs found on more-expensive Apple and Android tablets, the $199 Kindle Fire is an outstanding entertainment value that prizes simplicity over techno-wizardry.

              More Buying Choices from $199:
              http://tinyurl.com/7atlvfn
              ——————————

              Coby Kyros
              price range: $159.99 – $219.16
              Reviewed by: Donald Bell
              Reviewed on: 05/20/2011
              Updated on:10/10/2011

              The good: The Coby Kyros tablet delivers Android 2.2 at an attractive price, along with HDMI output, microSD memory expansion, and a front-facing camera.

              The bad: The screen quality and touch responsiveness are awful; battery life is poor; the design is bulky; there’s no Adobe Flash support; and Google’s suite of mobile apps isn’t included.

              The bottom line: The Coby Kyros tablet offers a large screen for relatively little money, but it’s a bad proposition at any price.

              More Buying Choices: 17 used & new from $114.49
              http://tinyurl.com/c7xgmmp
              ——————
              Kindle run on android so you can read e-books using Amazon’s popular Kindle software, download Android apps and games using Amazon’s Appstore, purchase music using Amazon’s MP3 store, and watch videos using Amazon’s video on-demand and download services.

            6. TheTruth on said:

              Hey riuk, I’d say neither of those two is the best choice by far. Kindle Fire is OK for video playback, web browsing, and apps. However, it’s not too good for reading (very reflective screen with no coating), and not the best for anything else with choppy video playback and slow apps load. For only $50 more, you can get Nook Tablet – it’s performance smokes Kindle Fire in all pro reviews specifically on video playback, the screen quality, and how fast apps load. Reported issues with Fire are it runs hot to touch, video playback is jerky, touch screen is not responsive and it takes 2-3 touches to register, power button placement is very poor and is prone to accidental power off, all the hype of Silk browser is a myth where the browsing is actually slower than on other Android tablets, etc. Nook Tablet has Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Angry Brids, etc., the best battery life (30% better), the best non-glare laminated screen (visibly noticeable difference in side by side tests in video playback and EBooks reading), double the RAM and space for apps/photos/movies, microSD slot (not on Kindle) and a microphone for Skype (not on Kindle or Color), and much zippier performance during video playback and apps usage than choppy/laggy act of Kindle Fire according to many user reviews. Nook tablet is a bit lighter than Kindle Fire as well.

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