We have a great deal for you, Amazon Fire TV with the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablet with Wi-Fi and 16GB inbuilt storage is now available for just $249 for limited time and that could save you $79, at least.
Both Amazon Fire TV set-top box and Kindle Fire HDX tablet is popular in their own respective markets, while the combination of these Amazon gadgets could work seamlessly together with many integrated features.
Some of the features of seamless integration includes:
- You can mirror your Kindle Fire HDX tablet onto your TV via Amazon Fire TV.
- You can stream content from Kindle Fire HDX tablet to the Amazon Fire TV so that you can watch all the actions and entertainment on large-screen HD TV as well as Full HD TV too.
- While streaming from the tablet, you can use 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX as a remote controller for playback, view documents, play game and other similar controls.
- With Amazon Fire TV, you could play gaming console quality games by using separately sold gaming controller for $39.99.
Moreover, this is the best deal for the gadget freaks and it might hint for a new gadget launch from Amazon soon, if the company’s plan is to clear the stocks as soon as possible. Whatever, this is a limited time offer and you should act now before it’s gone. Buy Now.
Amazon Fire TV quick specs:
Surprisingly, this 0.7-inch thin, $99 device boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor with Adreno 320 GPU and a 2GB of RAM built-in. It could also stream the videos in Full HD 1080P format, while for connectivity, it has dual-band, dual-antenna WiFi and it also supports the HDMI output. Optical audio output also helps users to get up to 7.1 Dolby Digital plus surround sound. Learn more here.
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX quick specs:
The company stepped up attractively by making it wider than Google Nexus 7 and narrower than current Apple iPad Mini. Although the HDX tablet’s audio works fine with the headphones, the dual stereo speakers placed on the top of rear panel will not offer any bass, almost null. The processing speed of the device will be faster as it is powered by a 2.26GHz, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Pro 800 quad-core processor.
Regarding the software of Kindle Fire HDX, it runs on a completely different forked version of Android 4.2.2 – FireOS 3.0 codenamed as “Mojito” with new kind of UI. Learn more here.