adeelarshad82 writes: The solid little BlackBerry PlayBook look alike Kindle Fire packs quite a punch for its extremely competitive price tag. Measuring 7.5 by 4.7 by
.45 inches (HWD) and weighing 14.6 ounces, the Kindle Fire runs on a dual-core, 1GHz TI OMAP4 processor and Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread). Despite the fact that The Kindle Fire is missing a few features like a camera, memory slots, bluetooth connectivity and a microphone, it still gives users plenty of reasons to be excited. It's the first affordable, easy-to-use general-purpose tablet. Amazon's unlimited cloud storage provides a huge benefit for movie and music lovers. With a battery life that can last nearly five hours of continuous video playback, Kindle Fire proves to be a worthy companion for most road trips. Moreover, Kindle's Silk Web browser is super fast. Since it leverages on Amazon's EC2 servers to speed up web page loads, page load times take half as long as they do on the iPad. Plus it's hard to ignore the fact that the Silk browser supports Flash and displays full desktop Web pages.