Amazon has recently launched its latest Android tablet, the Kindle Fire HDx.
It features an exclusive HDX display that boast a high pixel density of 323 ppi and 339 ppi for the 7″ and 8.9″ model, respectively. It is also lighter than the previous generation by 34% because of its breakthrough ultra-light design. The Kindle Fire HDX is powered by a 2.2 GHz processor supported by 2 GB of RAM that delivers fast, fluid and responsive performance.
Despite its power-hungry display, the battery life of this tablet is impressive at 11-12 hours of regular use and up to 17-18 hours when just used for reading. Moreover, the 7″ version is equipped with a front-facing camera. On the other hand, the 8.9″ version has the same front-facing camera and in addition, an 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash.
The Kindle Fire HDX also boasts the “Mayday” button. It is a revolutionary remote tech support that is available to assist users for any feature issue with the device anytime of the day, 24/7 and all-year round. The best thing about the Mayday tech support, it’s free.
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The Kindle Fire HDX can now be ordered from Australia at the Amazon Global page here. Initial Shipping of the device to overseas orders, including those from Australia, will begin on November 26th. The 7″ model begins at $244.00 while the 8.9″ model has a price tag of at least $394.00. Shipping from Amazon to Australia would cost $11.98 (5-12 days) or $20.98 (3-5 days). Luckily for us, shipping Kindle Fire DX to Australia will not cost any addition handling and import fee. If you want to place your order in time for the holidays, click here.
Meanwhile, here is the comparison chart of all Kindle Fire models.