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The 2012 Kindle Fire gets an OS upgrade, a speed boost, and a price reduction to $159.
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Ads this!

Don't want to see this screen? Be prepared to pay an extra $15 to opt out.
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Size difference

The Kindle Fire HD is a lot wider than its older brother.
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Reading

The Kindle Fire's design feels much more tailored to reading.
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X-ray power

The power of X-ray for movies is limited to only a few, such as "The Hunger Games."
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Nav

A look at the Kindle Fire's new OS
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The Web

The new Kindle Fire OS delivers a better Web experience than before.
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