After selling out of the top selling product, Amazon’s larger Kindle Fire has finally been unveiled. Introduced today in LA, the Kindle Fire HD features a 8.9-inch 1920×1200, 254ppi display. It also features a laminated touch sensor for stronger visuals and 25% reduced glare. It’s powered by an OMAP 4470 processor, which Amazon states outperforms the Tegra 3.
The Kindle Fire HD also includes stereo speakers an improvement from the previous versions mono driver. Amazon has improved their Wi-Fi networking by adding a dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz receiver. For storage, the Kindle Fire HD brings a16GB hard drive to the table.
The Kindle Fire HD joins Amazon’s new suite of Kindle devices, including the new 7-inch Kindle Fire and Kindle Paperwhite.
Source: The Verge