Amazon’s X-Ray feature for the new Kindle Fire HD allow user to find out more information from what you are watching and reading.
X-Ray for Movies
Explore favorite characters and actors at a touch. Kindle Fire HD uses the power of IMDb to bring Amazon’s exclusive X-Ray service to movies. Simply tap on any scene to instantly see which actors are currently on screen, jump straight to other movies in which they star, and more.
X-Ray for Books
Tap on any page as you read to access X-Ray, an easy way to uncover more from the books you love. Instantly find chapters and locations that mention ideas, characters, and important places, as well as background info, biographies, and more from Shelfari and Wikipedia.
X-Ray for Textbooks
We know there are things you’d rather be doing than studying, so we’ve created X-Ray for Textbooks to help you learn more while studying less. Want more information about a topic? With a single tap, you can find all related pages in the textbook as well as have instant access to the glossary and related content on sites like Wikipedia and YouTube.
Amazon has updated Kindle Fire to version 6.2.1 with small interface tweak which adds the ability to remove items from the carousel on the home page. The other major change is the ability to lock Wi-Fi.
Amazon Kindle Fire was out in November 15 and it is selling like hot cakes making it the number 2 tablet of choice behind Apple iPad. Amazon’s success is the pricing Kindle fire at $199 also their huge content library and built-in base of customers.
We think that Apple will not reduce price of upcoming iPad 3 but produce cheaper version of iPad 2S to complete with Kindle Fire.
Amazon began shipping its Kindle Fire today, a day earlier than it expected. This is due to competition from Barnes & Noble’s rival Nook tablet. The Kindle Fire will cost US$200 and features a seven inch of Android-powered tablet combined with a responsive multi-touch display. It has no camera, microphone, GPS function, Bluetooth or memory-card slot.
Amazon.com has unveiled Kindle Fire tablet to a press event in New York City on September 28.
Kindle Fire will price at $199 Kindle Fire and will feature a 7-inch color screen based on the Android operating system and powered by a dual-core TI OMAP4 processor, capable of steaming videos and running demanding video games.
The device has an eight-hour battery life, no camera, 8Gb, has Web and email access via Wi-Fi only and no 3G models at this time.