The specs and content look good, more importantly their new browser named Silk looks very good. They claim to have married the Kindle to Cloud computing with the “heavy lifting” being done by Amazon’s robust servers lurking in their cloud. If their claim is valid and this actually does work, it is setting a standard that will have to be met. Speed is the name of the game and if Silk works as advertised Amazon is going to be way out in front. Check it out on the Amazon product page!Amazon’s Kindle Fire-Looks Awesome!
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