The 8.9-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HD is a new Android tablet and iPad rival with loads of cool ebook, movie and games features.
We compare Apple's iPad Mini with its closest competitions, two solid 7-inch tablets based on Android's OS.
The Internet retailer introduced its new high-end tablet last month before the key step of securing regulatory approval.
Amazon's new tablet lineup aims to lure away would-be Apple iPad buyers with both 7- and 8.9-inch models and price tags ranging from $199 to $499.
All new Kindle Fire tablets have "Special Offers" (ads), and -- unlike past Kindles -- you won't be able to opt out.
CNET's collection of rumors for the elusive and inevitable new Amazon tablet.
How does the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet that's headed to the UK compare to Google's Nexus 7?
The book pusher is working on a 10.1-inch version of its Kindle Fire to launch in the summer, according to rumours.
The e-book reader is still being sold through third parties but is no longer available directly from Amazon.
The e-retail giant will reportedly start production of the device in the middle of the quarter to have enough tablets ready for launch.