[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/12/7JMi8H.jpg[/newsimage]Amazon had high hopes for the Kindle Fire. Based on new global shipment figures, those expectations were met. According to analysis group IHS, the e-commerce giant's new tablet grabbed market share from the popular iPad, instantly earning the second place spot. Will its hot launch be enough to stoke a fire under Apple's pricey strategy? Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/kindle-fire-becomes-no-2-tablet-55395/](http://www.myce.com/news/kindle-fire-becomes-no-2-tablet-55395/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
No. 2 Tablet… hmmm…
It has no Camera, no Mic, has only 7"…is slow, has problems with Wi-Fi…
The low price makes it No.2 Tablet, nothing else.
It’s a cheap entry Into the tablet computer market with a big name backing it … With hardcore spamertising directed at amazon customers, even me in Oz has accounts and orders fromq two different amazons
Honestly, tablets are too chunky to use as a camera, but they need a front facing one so everyone can video chat, microphone too
The great thing about tablets is the instant-on, and ease of use, something that pc’s will continually struggle with.
Methinks amazon didn’t want anything controversial, like a struggle with the incumbent telco’s marring their first google tablet release.
Maybe the next one will be a real tablet.
[QUOTE=debro;2614293]…but they need a front facing one so everyone can video chat, microphone too
The great thing about tablets is the instant-on, and ease of use, something that pc’s will continually struggle with.[/QUOTE]
Deb, I can only agree.
Would be more lucky to call it a Kindle and not a Tablet
They are using the Fire like the cell phone companies are using phones. It’s not a book reader it’s a sales platfotm for Amazon services that also functions as a book reader. Other very similar options for about the same price with better features and no Amazon garbage tacked on.