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Amazon Kindle Fire HD Fire HD 7" 16GB 16GB Black tablet - tablets (17.8 cm (7"), 1280 x 800 pixels, 16 GB, 1.2 GHz, 395 g, Black)
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Kindle Fire HD
When it comes to HD displays, great resolution is just the start. Kindle Fire HD also delivers rich colour and deep contrast from every angle, with an advanced polarising filter and anti-glare technology.
High Definition Touchscreen Display
Rich, HD video. Beautiful, vivid photos. Crisp, detailed text. Kindle Fire HD features a new 1280x800 high definition LCD display that brings your content to life.
Reduced Screen Glare
Most tablet displays are made up of two pieces of glass - an LCD on the bottom and a touch sensor on the top, separated by an air gap. This air gap allows light to come through the touch sensor and reflect off the LCD, causing added glare for the user. Kindle Fire HD solves this air gap problem by laminating the touch sensor and the LCD together into a single layer of glass, creating a display that's easy to view, even in overhead light.
Richer Colours at Wider Angles
Like many tablets, Kindle Fire HD uses In-Plane Switching (IPS) to improve colour reproduction. But displays that only use IPS still appear washed out at various angles, such as laid sideways in bed, flat on a table, or propped up in a case. Kindle Fire HD addresses this issue by applying an advanced polarising filter directly to the LCD panel. This results in a display that shows the same deep contrast and rich, detailed colour when viewed at any angle.
Low quality sound can ruin your HD entertainment experience. That's why Kindle Fire HD features Dolby audio, dual-driver stereo speakers, and auto-optimisation software for clear, crisp, balanced audio.
Exclusive Dolby Audio
Kindle Fire HD uses the power of Dolby Digital Plus to create a world class audio experience, with or without headphones. Dolby Digital Plus includes technology used to adjust volume, create virtual surround sound, and deliver easier to understand dialogue in movies and TV shows. Kindle Fire HD is designed to automatically optimise the audio profile based on what you are doing, such as watching a movie, listening to music, or talking on Skype. It even optimises the audio differently when you have headphones plugged in, so you can just sit back and enjoy, worry-free.
Dual-Driver Stereo Speakers
Big sound. Compact design. Kindle Fire HD features dual-driver stereo speakers on both sides of the display for a wide field of sound similar to that of a home stereo. And with this much power, we can push our speakers hard. The result: deeper bass in your music, loud, rumbling movie soundtracks and room-filling stereo sound without distortion, even at higher volumes.
When it comes to HD content, bandwidth is everything. Without it, you get video buffering, slow downloads and dropped connections. Kindle Fire HD solves that by using state-of-the-art dual-antenna, dual-band Wi-Fi for over 40% faster speeds than the original Kindle Fire.
Two Antennas, Better Bandwidth
Kindle Fire HD is the first tablet to feature dual Wi-Fi antenna and Multiple In/Multiple Out (MIMO) technology for powerful, HD-ready Wi-Fi. This allows reception or transmission over both antenna simultaneously to increase capacity and reliability. So you'll enjoy fewer dropped connections and more than 40% faster media streaming.
Dual Band Support
Many Wi-Fi devices, from other tablets to baby monitors, only operate in the 2.4 GHz band. The more of these devices that you and your neighbours have operating in the band, the slower your connection is. Kindle Fire HD is capable of automatically switching between the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi frequencies, which will allow you to use this less congested 5 GHz band for better range and less interference.
HD content requires more storage, strong processing power and plenty of battery life. Kindle Fire HD was designed specifically for HD movies and games, giving you lightning fast performance without compromising battery life or storage.
Powerful HD Processor
A rich HD display requires a powerful processor and optimised software to drive it. Kindle Fire HD uses a fast dual-core processor with an Imagination PowerVR graphics core that can process 6.2 billion floating-point operations per second, so even graphically intensive games run smoothly and render stunning imagery. We also tuned the graphics pipeline and touch handling software to eliminate delays between when you touch the screen and when the application responds.
Over 11 hours of Battery Life
Kindle Fire HD is optimised to deliver high performance with low battery consumption, delivering over 11 hours of watching videos, browsing the web, playing music, or reading.
Plenty of Storage for HD Content
For an HD device, 8GB of storage is not enough. High definition content is substantially larger - for example, on average, an SD movie is 500MB, and an HD movie is 2GB. Because of this, Kindle Fire HD offers plenty of on-device storage, as well as free, unlimited cloud storage for your Amazon content.
No Set-up Required
Kindle Fire arrives pre-registered to your Amazon.co.uk account so you can get started right away, including having immediate access to any previously purchased content you may have.
Kindle Fire HD offers a new version of Amazon Silk, our cloud-accelerated browser, for ultra-fast page load times.
All Your Personal Email
The new email app on Kindle Fire HD makes sending mails, viewing attachments, and syncing contacts simple. With full support for the world's most popular email providers - including AOL, Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo!, and more - it's our easiest-to-use email ever.
Spin through recent content straight from your home screen. Pin favourites and access at a touch. Whether you're in the mood to watch, read, listen, or play, Kindle Fire HD gets you started quickly and easily.
1-Click Shopping and One-Day Delivery
No switching between apps, no juggling passwords and profiles - Kindle Fire HD is seamlessly integrated with Amazon's content stores so you can shop new books, movies, games, and apps with a single tap. Shopping for more? If you haven't yet subscribed, enjoy unlimited FREE One-Day Delivery on millions of eligible items with a free month of Amazon Prime.
Discover More of What You Love
Kindle Fire HD makes it easy to find content you'll love by using Amazon's powerful recommendation engine to compare your purchases and favourites with other customers' purchase history and suggest content to you, right from your homescreen.
Integrated Bluetooth Connectivity
Kindle Fire HD features built-in Bluetooth support, so you can connect to a variety of different wireless accessories such as stereo headphones, speakers, keyboards, and more.
Share Your Screen with HDMI Out
Share your favourite videos and photos on your TV or other display in rich high definition via the built-in HDMI out port.
Choose Your Language
You can set your language to French, English, German, Spanish, Italian - including home and menu displays and dictionary support.
Kindle Owners' Lending Library - Read for Free
Kindle Owners' Lending Library - with an Amazon Prime membership, Kindle device owners can choose from more than 200,000 books to borrow for free--as frequently as one book per month, with no due dates--including current and former top sellers in the Amazon.co.uk Kindle Store and all 7 Harry Potter books.
FREE One-Day Delivery
Get fast, free shipping on millions of items. Take the stress out of shopping with FREE One-Day Delivery from Amazon Prime. Choose from videos, electronics, games and much more.
Free Month of Prime
If you haven't tried Amazon Prime in the past we'll give you a free month. Experience what millions of members enjoy: Reading a kindle book a month for free, and enjoy unlimited FREE One-Day Delivery on millions of eligible items with a free month of Amazon Prime. We think it's one of the best bargains in the history of shopping, and we hope you to do.
The Greatest HD Games
Kindle Fire HD is built for the best in gaming, with full tilt, turn and multi-touch controls. Enjoy bestselling HD titles such as Angry Birds Space HD, Cut the Rope HD and Fruit Ninja.
Up Your Game with GameCircle
Earn achievements, compare scores with GameCircle and Facebook friends, or take on the world with global leaderboards. Our selection of GameCircle titles with Whispersync automatically store your progress in the cloud, so you'll never lose an unlocked level or saved game, even if you delete the game from your device.
Your Favourite Apps
Kindle Fire HD gives you instant access to the most popular free and best-selling apps, including titles like Jamie's 20 Minute Meals, Skyscanner and Auto Trader.
Massive Book Selection
Shop the Kindle Store for over 1 million of the most popular books, or explore millions of free, public domain books such as Pride and Prejudice, A Tale of Two Cities and Oliver Twist.
Vibrant HD Magazines
Enjoy over 150 magazines in brilliant HD, with beautifully detailed illustrations and glossy full-colour layouts. Magazines include favourites such as Vogue, The Week, GQ, House & Garden and Vanity Fair. Find our selection of available magazines and newspapers in the new Amazon Appstore on your Kindle Fire.
Low Book Prices
We check hundreds of prices every day to make sure our prices are the lowest of any ebook store in the UK. Compare our book prices--you'll like what you find.
Exclusive Kindle Titles
Over 200,000 Kindle exclusive titles from best-selling authors including Michael Ridpath and Phil Rickman.
Whispersync for Books
Kindle Fire HD uses Amazon Whispersync technology to automatically sync your library, last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across all your devices. With Kindle reading apps available for phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs, you can keep the story going wherever you are.
X-Ray for Books
Tap on any page as you read to access X-Ray, an easy way to uncover more from the books you love. Instantly find chapters and locations that mention ideas, characters, and important places, as well as background info, biographies, and more from Shelfari and Wikipedia.
Stream popular movies and TV series with LOVEFiLM Instant
Already a LOVEFiLM subscriber? Enjoy instant streaming of thousands of popular films and TV series, including Gnomeo & Juliet, Unknown, Desperate Housewives and 24. Not experienced LOVEFiLM yet? We'll give you a one-month free trial to experience the service for yourself.
Whispersync for Movies
Start streaming a movie on Kindle Fire HD, pause, then resume watching straight from the same scene using LOVEFilM on your TV or PC. LOVEFiLM's Pause and Resume feature remembers your last scene watched across all your devices, so you can avoid the frustration of having to find your spot.
X-Ray for Movies
Explore favourite characters and actors at a touch. Kindle Fire HD uses the power of IMDb to bring Amazon's exclusive X-Ray service to selected LOVEFiLM movies. Simply tap on any scene to instantly see which actors are currently on screen, jump straight to other movies in which they star, and more.
Huge Music Selection
With over 20 million songs from thousands of artists, Amazon MP3 is home to one of the largest music libraries on earth. Music you buy on the Kindle is saved to Cloud Player for free, and you can download it anytime. Browse and search your library, create and manage playlists, stream your music from Cloud Player, or download to listen offline.
Your Music. Everywhere
Amazon Cloud Player lets you import your music, then download or play those MP3s immediately on your Kindle Fire HD. Just tap Music on the Home screen to get started. Browse and search your library, create and manage playlists, play your music from Cloud Player, or download to play offline. All your Amazon purchases and the first 250 imported songs are stored free of charge.
Enjoy your content on many devices
At Amazon, we make it easy for you to access your content on other devices and platforms. Apps and games that you buy for your Kindle Fire HD can be used on other Android devices. Kindle books can also be enjoyed on Amazon apps for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. Movies from LOVEFiLM can also be watched on your internet enabled TV, PS3, Xbox 360, laptop and iPad.
Protect your kids with easy-to-use Parental Controls. Simply add a password in the settings menu to restrict access to web browsing, content purchasing, or your Kindle Fire content libraries.
Kindle Fire HD is designed to stand up to accidental bumps and scrapes. Our state-of-the art display is 20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic, so you can let your child play, without worry.
Beloved Kids' Movies and Shows
Amazon for Kids also includes the TV shows your children want to watch, with episodes from Bob the Builder, Thomas the Tank Engine and many more.
Ebooks for Fun and Education
Explore ebooks featuring beloved characters. Flip through picture books including Tiger Who Came to Tea and the Mr. Men and Little Miss series. Discover hundreds of ebook apps including Maisy, Duck and Goose, Elmo, Bing Nate, titles from Sandra Boynton (Moo, Baa, La La La!), and more.
The Best Games for Kids
Featuring dozens of children's games like Drawing Pad, A Day at the Circus and The Cat In the Hat - Dr. Seuss, and popular early development games like Kids Learn to Read.
Easy to Read
There are multiple ways to enjoy your favourite web content. With a single touch, the user interface disappears to allow for full screen reading. Or you can turn on Reading View to enjoy a clean, easy-to-read version of the site that removes all unnecessary images and other website clutter.
Trends and Recommendations
Looking for the latest news or the next big site? Trending Now alerts you to pages that have recently seen an unusually high level of traffic, which is generally a good indicator that the page or topic may be particularly noteworthy right now.
Free Skype-to-Skype HD Video Calls
Get face-to-face with friends, family and over 500 million Skype users around the world. Kindle Fire HD features a front-facing video camera for free high-definition video calls at home or abroad. Find the free Skype app in the Amazon Appstore.
Full Facebook Integration
In addition to the free Facebook application found in the Appstore, Kindle Fire HD is fully integrated with Facebook, making it easy to connect, share, and play with friends and family. Sync favourite photos at a touch, share quotes and passages straight from your book, or instantly find friends playing your favourite GameCircle titles.
Enjoy and Share
Relive your most memorable moments in stunning HD. Our new, beautifully designed photo app makes it easy to swipe through albums, or step in to full-screen viewing. And sharing your photos couldn't be easier - enjoy slide shows on your TV via HDMI, or tap on individual images to email them to anyone you like.
Import and Edit
Kindle Fire HD makes it easy to keep favourite photos close at hand. Download any album from Facebook or upload saved photos from your PC or Mac. Editing is just as simple, with many popular and fun photo editing apps available in the App store, such as PicShop Lite and Picasso Draw! Paint! Doodle!.
Connect to Your Corporate Email
Read email and attachments, manage calendars, and sync contacts on the go. Kindle Fire HD features full support for Microsoft Exchange-based accounts making it easy to stay connected when you step away from the office.
Carry and Read Your Documents
Your weekend travel plans, the latest office report - keep your essential information close at hand and backed up on the cloud with Kindle Fire documents. Send spreadsheets, PDFs, Word docs and more direct to your device or upload them from your PC or Mac.
Perfect Design, Perfect Fit
Engineered to perfectly fit your device, the fusion of premium textured leather exterior with a subtle woven nylon interior provides our lightest and thinnest form of protection. The integrated magnetic clasp ensures your cover will remain securely closed while in a backpack, purse, or briefcase.
Auto Wake and Sleep
The case automatically wakes your Kindle Fire HD upon opening and puts your device to sleep when closed making it easy to dive right back into your content.
Ambient light sensor: Y
Battery life (max): 11 h
Built-in microphone: Y
Built-in speaker(s): Y
Cables included: USB
Card reader integrated: N
Colour of product: Black
Compatible memory cards: Not supported
Data network: Not supported
Depth: 193 mm
Display diagonal: 17.8 cm (7")
Display resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels
Display technology: IPS
Docking connector: N
Document formats supported: AZW,DOC,DOCX,HTML,MOBI,PDF,PRC,TXT
Form factor: Slate
Front camera: Y
GPS (satellite): N
Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm
Headphone out: Y
Height: 10.3 mm
Image formats supported: BMP,GIF,JPG,PNG
Internal storage capacity: 16 GB
Micro HDMI ports quantity: 1
Micro-USB 2.0 ports quantity: 1
Microphone in: N
Number of built-in speakers: 2
Position location: N
Processor cores: 2
Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz
Processor model: OMAP4460
Quick start guide: Y
Rear camera: N
Storage media: Flash
Top Wi-Fi standard: IEEE 802.11n
Touch technology: Multi-touch
Touchscreen type: Capacitive
Video formats supported: 3GP,MP4,VP8
Video recording: Y
Weight: 395 g
Wi-Fi standards: IEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Width: 137 mm
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The device feels nice and solid. I'm a little surprised at how heavy it is, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The rubberized backing is always nice for added grip. It's not as nice as say unibody aluminum, but it's not $500 either.
The screen is fantastic. But my problem is the same as when iPad got Retina Display, other than the OS, most apps look rather pixelated. A lot of the games I tried are not high definition, at least not high enough to look smooth on this screen. Hopefully apps get updated to higher resolutions.
LOCK SCREEN ADS
Yeah there are ads on my lock screen. I'm not sure why this is such a big deal. How much time do people really spend looking at the lock screen? The first thing I thought when I saw the ads is WOW the pictures are really crisp! The ads are there to subsidize some of the $200 price tag. I might pay the $15 to get rid of them so I can customize it, but I might not. I feel like this has been blown out of proportion by other customers.
The sound from the speakers is great. Much better than you would get from more expensive devices, very crisp and clean. I have the official Amazon case on and it has not affected the sound at all. Nothing much else to say, I doubt anyone will complain about this.
I've had two apps crash on opening. I don't know if it is the app or the OS. It's probably somewhere in the middle. Again, not a big deal for me. If it crashes, then I just tap it again and it works. I've also watched a few movies using the built in player as well as Netflix and Amazon Prime. No crashes for me at all. I'm sure OS stability will be improved as time goes on.
Compared to my iPad 3, obviously the Fire HD is not as "good" so to speak. I mainly got it because I wanted something smaller. I also mainly used the iPad to surf the web, watch videos, and play some simple games. The Fire HD accomplishes this and does so much more. If you are expecting an iPad killer, or a desktop replacement, or a productivity machine, then you should look elsewhere.
I bought this to be a media device, and I believe that is what Amazon meant this to be. In this regard, I think this is a great device. In fact, I decided to keep this and sell my iPad 3, which will give me another $200+ to spend on other things. Just remember, this device is not for everyone. If you want a media device, you will be happy with this. Do not expect an iPad for $200.
Just wanted to add a few more things I have noticed over the past 24 hours.
- Power/Volume Buttons: There are a bit hard to press, which is somewhat alleviated by having the official case. Maybe it's because I'm a longtime iPad user, but this will definitely take some getting used to.
- Screen Glare: It took me a little while to notice, but I was playing a Seek & Find game while on Caltrain, with the bright Palo Alto sun shining right on me, and didn't have any trouble seeing the screen. I remembered that Amazon mentioned how the screen was changed to reduce glare, and they did an amazing job.
Two days later and I am still very happy with the device. Here are some more thoughts from me:
I have been playing Enigmatis (a hidden object game) for about an hour and a half each day on my commute. This drains about 15 - 20% of the battery with the screen brightness almost at the highest setting. Again, not iPad gold standard, but still very good.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and used an app called Easy Phone Transfer to get all my music from iTunes onto the phone. It transferred everything, including album covers, and I was hoping to find something like that for this device. I tried iSyncr, a $3 app, which did the job, but did not sync over album covers. I uploaded all my music into the Cloud, then downloaded it from Amazon, which increased the audio quality for a lot of my songs and added artwork, but this still did not show up on the device.
I got very frustrated getting all the album artwork over and eventually just gave up. It's not a big deal but I am kind of anal about those kinds of things. Just a heads up if anyone else out there is crazy about it like I am.
I got a call from Amazon Customer Service about this review, which surprised me very much. They advised me the best way to get the artwork to show up is have the songs in both the Cloud Player as well as the device, which I know does work fine. I was hoping to have the artwork show without needing things in the Cloud, but not a big deal any more.
I am more impressed with the fact that Amazon called me to give me advice on how to remedy the situation and ask if there were any other questions I had on the Kindle. The representative said he wanted to make sure I was happy with the Fire HD. This is one of the big reasons I went with the Kindle, and with Amazon in general. I have had great experiences with their customer service, who have always been able to handle my issues quickly and efficiently. No need to set up an appointment days later with a wannabe IT guy with a hugely overstated job title.
So this update is not really for the device itself, but sometimes it's not just the device, it's the company that offers it that makes a difference. This is why I no longer have any Apple devices, as cool as they may be. But it's not 100% gravy, as I have noticed lately that the keyboard keeps popping up randomly on screens where there is nowhere to enter text, ie. while playing a game. I just have to press the Back arrow to get rid of it, but maybe a bug the Amazon engineers want to take a look at.
So I don't know if it was always there, but over this past weekend I noticed a dead pixel on my Kindle's screen. I called Kindle Support and after a short 5 minute call, they sent me a new Kindle, no questions asked. So once again, very happy with Amazon customer service. I am still very happy with the device, and have some more thoughts on it:
I bought an HDMI cable to hook up the Fire to my 46" Samsung and was quite impressed with the results. The quality was very good, not Bluray quality of course, but better than SDTV on an HD screen. You actually see every single thing you do on the big screen, like you are using a giant Kindle.
GOOGLE PLAY APPS
One of the main drawbacks in my opinion is, or should I say was, the lack of all the Google Play apps available on the Kindle. With a little research, I found out how to add apps that are not available in the Amazon store. It is pretty easy to do and works very well with the apps I tried. This greatly improves my opinion of the Fire HD.
PLASTIC AROUND THE SCREEN
The outer most edges of the Kindle are plastic. I noticed some kind of discoloration on the corner of mine, and just thought it was some dirt to scratch off. So I rubbed my thumb nail on the area, and noticed there were visible marks on the plastic. It appears this plastic can scratch some what easily, but I think this is just cosmetic as not of the plastic actually flaked. If you are not very anal about how your stuff looks, you probably won't notice it.
Here are two small gripes I have with the OS that I'm sure could be fixed with an OS update:
- Battery Meter: It would be nice if the battery meter could show percentage instead of just a graphic bar. Some people have mentioned Battery HD, but you still have to swipe down to see the percentage, so this makes it easier but does not solve the issue I had.
- Personal Videos: The mp4 videos I put on the device are located in the "Personal Videos" app, which shows screen shots of all the videos I put in. The problem is, all that is shown are the screen shots. You can get more info by holding your finger down on each video, but when you have multiple seasons of a show on the Kindle, it can get confusing. Ideally we should be able to look at videos in a list like our music.
Still very happy with the device. Here are some more thoughts:
LEFT HAND MODE
I did't think this would be a problem until I played a Solitaire game that DID have a left-handed mode. As a lefty who usually uses the Fire in landscape, I often have to reach across the screen to access the Settings or Home button in the menu. It's a small grievance, but can be really annoying when watching a movie or reading something. If there was an option for a left-handed layout with the menus on the left side of the device, that would be great.
PERSONAL VIDEOS APP
I had earlier complained about this app, as it did not list my movies and crashed playing a pair of them. I recently drove down to LA from SF, and put 5 movies on device, only to find that 4 of them would not play! I was pretty mad, until I remembered a simple solution, download another app. I downloaded Avia Media Player, which is not the greatest either, but it played all the movies I put on the Kindle. My faith was restored.
GOOGLE PLAY APPS
A lot of people have asked how to do this. If you are not having luck with Google searches, try this:
I already own an Ipad and did not feel the need to own a Fire, since I believe they duplicated the same purpose. I did however place an order for the Paperwhite, but after thinking about it, why not own a full functional device that is more than just an ereader.
I love the eInk displays and how light the regular Kindles are. One of my main gripes about tables are that they are heavier and you cant read the screen in bright daylight. I'm not really sure why the daylight is such a big deal for me, since I probably only read outside when I'm on vacation (2x a year).
Anyway, I cancelled the Paperwhite and ordered the Fire HD. I love it. It is portable, I never take my Ipad anywhere, just too big. I uploaded my entire music library from Itunes to Amazon Cloud, (so much for being locked down Apple!) and of course all of my books are on it. I regularly borrow books from my local library and was often frustrated that when I was away from home I could not search for books on my regular Kindle, becuase the experimental browser was just not functional enough.
The sound is amazing as everyone has said, as well as the display. No need to go into detail about what everyone else said. My only gripe is that the touch screen is not really as responsive as I would like, but it still works fine. The display does cut the reflection and you can read out doors. That is not to say there is no glare, it's just not an unreadable LCD screen any longer.
As far as the ads go, I don't find them obtrusive. I like knowing what other people bought or may have looked at. What's the big deal? If your friends recommend something to you, do you get mad? Same thing here to me.
I like that I can sync my email and now, actually use the Prime streaming video service. Yes, I know I could use the app on my Ipad, but like I said, I like it all packaged neatly here.
My only question is how many HD movies/TV shows can you download to the device? I like to download them when I travel and delete when I get home.
If you are an Amazon user, you should know that this tablet is no different that any other device (Apple?) that tries to get you completely integrated into their system. Should not really be a surprise to anyway that all of the shopping experiences point to Amazon.
I am pleased to have a tablet that is portable and easy to use.
Great job Amazon.
My word to the rest of the "reviewers" don't actually own the product, but write reviews on products that you don't own, to grip about a feature you read about. It's silly and clutters the reviews for those of us that actually like reading what other people are saying about a product.
After having my fire for a few weeks I still have very few complaints. I pretty much carry it with me whenever I am out of the house. I love having the option to read or if there way available wi-fi watch a movie. I wish it came with 4G but I bet it would make the price out of line with other small tablets.
The only cons I have is the typing experiences. It seems there is not predicitive text for the Silk browser which makes typing a little tough. I hear though there will be an update.
I dislike fingerprints on the screen when reading, but easily remedied with s soft cloth.
I have read 3 books and I am on my 4th and the screen is no issue whatsoever. This was my biggest concern before purchasing. I have no issue whatsoever. Just so you know, I read a lot and love the Eink Kindles, so this was an experiment to see if I could read for long periods of time with no eyestrain. Not an issue at all.
All in all I still love it. I have not used my Ipad since getting my fire.