Kindle Fire: Five Drool Worthy Features

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Amazon officially entered the crowded tablet market with Kindle Fire, a light weight, inexpensive and sexy device that is bound to be a hot seller when it debuts November 15.

Although it lacks some of the iPad 2's features, most notably a camera and microphone, there's a lot to love about this new gadget that goes far beyond its $199 MSRP. Users will have access to 17 million songs, scores of books and well over 100,000 movies and TV shows. They can also check their email and surf the web.

In fact, this scratches the surface of what Kindle Fire can do.

On that note, here's a list of things we're most excited about.

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TheColbertinator2458d ago

I want that.Never been interested in tablets until I saw the Kindle Fire

Buff10442458d ago

I own an iPad 2 and an iPhone 3GS...and I still want a Kindle Fire.

Sahil2455d ago

the price makes this one a must-have on my list.

Sahil2455d ago

How can you say that?

Vames2454d ago

Because it's a 7 inch tablet! Many consumers are already use to the 10-inch screens, they won't go 3-inch lower. Plus, have you seen the huge hype the Motorola XOOM had before release? Where is it now? Only Windows 8 on tablets can contest the iPad.