Amazon Kindle Fire Specifications and Features
Amazon Kindle Fire comes with 7" multi-touch display featuring IPS technology, anti-reflective treatment, and 1024 x 600 pixels resolution. You can enjoy favorite books or magazines with glossy and full-color layouts. The dual-core processor embedded in this device guarantees a powerful performance for multitasking such as: browsing the web, streaming music, reading e-books, or even downloading videos. For the storage, it offers 8GB of internal storage along with free Amazon Cloud storage for all the Amazon content. It supports Wi-Fi 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n and USB 2.0 (micro-B connector).
Using Kindle Fire means that you’ll be able to enjoy amazing features. You can find millions of books on the Kindle Store. With an Amazon Prime membership, you can borrow books for free and access unlimited, instant streaming of over 10,000 popular movies and TV shows. The Amazon’s Whispersync technology allows you to automatically sync your library, last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across your devices. As a Kindle Fire user you can also access the most popular apps, (including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, ESPN ScoreCenter, Comics by comiXology and more) and best games (including from top developers like Zynga, EA, Gameloft, PopCap, Rovio and more).
Size: 190 mm x 120 mm x 11.4 mm
Weight: 413 grams
How to Reset Amazon Kindle Fire to Restore Factory Default Settings ?
Before you reset your Kindle to factory defaults, you must back up any personal documents as well as older issues of periodicals that you’d like to keep. Once your Kindle restarts, you will need to download those items (and your Kindle dictionaries) from Archived Items on Amazon’s servers. If you want to continue to password-protect your Kindle, you must also set up a password again.
To reset your Kindle Fire, go to Setting page and tap Reset to Factory Defaults.
In the event your Kindle freezes up, you can do a hard reset by pressing the power button for 20 seconds. Restarting Kindle Fire will not delete the books, clippings, or other files stored on the device.