The new Kindle Fire is HD

The Kindle Fire HD is the Kindle Fire as it should have been. Amazon Prime subscribers will drown in the media overflow. Non-members will likely consider upping.
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Border

For its own protection, the Kindle Fire HD does not live in world without borders.
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Rocker

Hey, I'm a fan of volume rockers on Kindle Fires as much as the next guy, but when they're this flush to the edge, they can be a bit frustrating when trying to find them.
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Ports

Micro-HDMI and Micro-USB.
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Strip and grille

The black Kindle strip leads directly the speaker grille. It always does...
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Just the strip

The Fire HD's only real distinguishing aesthetic trait is this here black strip.
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Beauty!

You don't get clarity better than this on a 7-inch tablet.
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Content!

The Kindle Fire HD is a content powerhouse.
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