On September 27, 2011, Amazon held a press released at NewYork to share a piece of good news with people around the world that, they will release their own tablet named Kindle Fire, like many tablets on the market, it is also an Android-based tablet.
Feel surprised to find a new tablet named Kindle Fire during your 2011 holiday buying season? Then what is it? Actually, it is Amazon’s own Android-based tablet, iPad 2’s another rival besides the already released tablets like Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Xoom, BlackBerry PlayBook, and Sony S Tablet etc.
The new tablet will probably put great pressure on the prices of Android-based tablets from other makers, because the price of Kindle Fire is said to be at relatively low price, around $250, the half of the base price for an iPad2, which means Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Xoom, BlackBerry, Sony S Tablet and other tablets will be forced to lower their price in order to at least in striking Kindle Fire’s price.
And also, rumors about the features of Kindle Fire never ends, it is said that Kindle Fire will be a 7-inch backlit tablet which looks similar to BlackBerry PlayBook, but somewhat better than BlackBerry PlayBook because the software is better, and more importantly, the content is much better. Other rumor is that Amazon has been inking deals with all sorts of media?providers, TV studios and book publishers prior to launch. The tablet will rely heavily on Amazon’s MP3 store and their e-book library as well.
Below are some key points of the rumors about Kindle Fire
7-inch color screen, compared to 6-inch for current Kindles
Wi-Fi only (no 3G version)
Glowing LED screen instead of paper-like e-ink
Android operating system
Hits stores in November
Current Kindle will remain on sale
Import your favourite video and audio files to Kindle Fire
Although we have no idea of what kind of video and audio files can be played on Kindle Fire, but we can draw a conclusion from widespread online rumors that Kindle Fire will rely heavily on Amazon’s MP3 store. Therefore, if you want to play your video and audio files on Kindle Fire, you can convert the video and audio files to Kindle Fire MP3 or other supported files.
Play your favourite video and audio file on Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire Converter is a newly designed program to help you convert your favourite video and audio files to Kindle Fire readable files with fast conversion speed and best output quality. It is powerful enough for you to convert between commonly used video and audio files like AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA etc
Besides converting popular video and audio files, Kindle Fire Converter is also able to edit your video and audio files before putting to Kindle Fire for playback with the built-in rich editing functions like video clip, video crop, video effect, video setting etc.
Note: If you are a Mac user, and want to transfer your video and audio files via a Mac, you can use Mac Kindle Fire Converter.