5 Best Tablets [June, 2014]
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5 Best Tablets [June, 2014]

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Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch

Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch

Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX is another solid 7-inch slate that consumers will want to weigh against the likes of the iPad and Nexus 7.

Unlike the Nexus 7, the Kindle Fire HDX does not run Android 4.4 KitKat. Instead, it runs a heavily modified version of Android that looks nothing like the Android you see on most smartphones and tablets. The Kindle Fire HDX's software is heavily tied into Amazon's many services which provide easy access to content like music, applications, books and yes, movies and television shows.

That, combined with its gorgeous display, fantastic design, and solid battery life and you have a tablet that deserves a spot on shopping lists during the month of June. It's that good.

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  1. jensonmac

    06/06/2014 at 6:32 pm

    i P r o T a b l et– is one source worth reviewing and offers ten new Tablets to launch in June – including the new Ramos i 10 Pro ($399) Windows 8.1 – Android hybrid, that’s the first Dual Boot tablet on the market, with an 8-second Windows boot-up time with an Intel Bay Trail 64-bit CPU plus features a 10″ 1920×1200 HD display, Bluetooth, GPS, along with 9 hours battery life — also new is the Ramos i12 ($299), an ultra-size 12-inch tablet also powered by Intel; plus the new iFive mini4 ($199) which is the first 8-inch Android tablet available with a retina-quality 2048×1536 display.

    Plus iProTablet includes $25 in Bonus Apps and a promotion for free monthly 4G Internet access with 500MB Data provided each month.

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