The time has come to buy a new tablet. I’ve been using my second-generation iPad and the Kindle Fire for quite some time, but they’re getting a little long in the tooth. And as an avid tablet user, I can’t help but feel the itch to buy yet another slate with the latest and greatest features.
So, I’m down to examining Apple’s iPad Air, the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX, and the countless other Android-based tablets on the market right now. Admittedly, all of the devices carry their own unique value. More importantly, they are all priced at a level that I consider fair for what they’re offering.
But after a long evaluation, I’ve decided without any remorse that I’ll be buying the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX over every other tablet on the market.
I have a couple of older Kindles – one of the original, reader-only versions with a paper-white e-ink display, and an original Kindle Fire. I don’t use either any more, since I read e-books either on my Asus T100 tablet, or on my Samsung Galaxy Note II. But if I did want another version, I might well go with this new Kindle myself.
Here’s a link to the Kindle Store, if you’re looking for a very high quality tablet for a lot less than an iPad: