A keyboard — gross!
iPad? What's that? Why you need an Amazon Kindle Fire, no matter what
It's time. You can finally quench your burning desire for Amazon's Fire.
The Kindle Fire, that is—Amazon's categorically confusing new tablet-tini hit the web on Monday.
The Little Tablet That Could boasts about half of what an iPad can do, and twice as much as the standard, keyboarded Kindle from days of yore.
But the real question is: Do you want one?
We'll make it easy for you: Yes, you probably do.
Well, because you haven't coughed up the cash for an iPad yet (we know—you'll buy one "when it supports Flash," right?), even though that's what you'd rather have.
You're an unfettered gadget junkie (well, to the limits of your budget, anyway), and you can't bear to have an outdated version of a Kindle—especially without color. Oh, the horror!
And you know, it's just so pretty, isn't it?
Oh, c'mon. At a mere recession-busting $199, you can certainly justify blowing that car payment on a red-hot Kindle Fire for the sake of technological beauty, right?
Yes, we say you can.
And there you have it. Thank us later for making the decision for you. Buy a Kindle Fire before everyone realizes its utter uselessness in the tablet war. You owe it to yourself.