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How would you change Amazon's Kindle Fire HD (7-inch)?

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Amazon's second-generation Kindle Fire arrived with a revamped design, excellent display and stereo sound. For all of these plus points, however, our reviewer's single objection was the same that it's always been. The Kindle Fire is less of a tablet and more of a Trojan Horse, a way to keep the Amazon catalog sandwiched between your hands at all times. If you can ignore that issue then it's a perfectly fine device, albeit one that couldn't topple the first-generation Nexus 7 as our Android tablet of 2012. The question, therefore, is what did you think of the Kindle Fire HD? Head on over to our forum and speak your brains.

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