Which do you prefer...iPad2 or Kindle Fire?
Ok, so the Ipad has a camera...besides that 1 glaring difference. Kindle is half the price. Is it half the functionality or fun?
There's a good bit more difference that that. But just the same, I love my Fire. Been playing with it non-stop since the day it came out. For the price, it's exactly what I wanted it to be.
Honestly, I don't have hands on experience with the iPad, so I can't be unbiased. But I've been waiting for a full-color, backlit, touch-screen Kindle ever since they first came out.
I know very little about the Ipad but the Kindle Fire is great, the only problem is fighting my wife for it, glad I don't have any kids left at home.
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