dom: I agree. I still wish you could play movies with an HDMI output on a large screen though. I'm not going to spend money renting a movie with this tablet whenever I'm home and watch it on a tiny screen with little speakers. But great for on-the-go. Oct 4, 11
Anonymous: Just bought mine on the 17th of this moneth, and already having problems with it, looks like I am going to have to take it back, thinking of trying the nook, migh have better luck with it Nov 26, 11
dom: Yes, Ars Technica concluded in a shoot-out between the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet, that the Nook Tablet wins - its software is much better implemented. But, nothing that Amazon can't fix with a software update, of course. I wouldn't recommend waiting for that though, as so far we don't have an idea of how well Amazon is going to take care of software issues. You may just be better off with a Nook Tablet (which by the way I expect we'll get some rooting and Android 4.0 action on next year, which will be awesome) Nov 29, 11
Anonymous: I agree the Kindle and Nook are game changers. The omission of a front-face camera and mic for Skype is deal breaker for me. The iPod Touch for under $250 does have Skype, but I don't need a pocket device. The pre-sales orders and first quarter projections of Amazon's Kindle Tablet, as well as the public's response to the fire-sale of the HP Tablethas clearly demonstrated a pent-up demand for an under $250 consumer tablet.Don't think Apple's Tim Cook hasn't noticed.Don't be surprised after the first quarter of Apple announcing their own 7" tablet.With SIRI, IMHO it would be AWESOME! Dec 5, 11
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