Amazon’s New Ad Of Kindle Fire Hits Out iPad By Showing Drawbacks [VIDEO]

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Competition in tablet market has increased drastically after the launch of Amazons’ Kindle Fire. Even, it had surpassed Samsung to become the second most used tablet after Apple iPad in the market in just three months of launch. Taking the view of rise in competition in Tablet market Amazon has released a teaser video advertisement that reveals the importance of Kindle Fire.

Amazon has released this new video commercial for the $79 Kindle Fire, which directly targets Apple iPad.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sulfQHdvyEs

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The new Video commercial highlights the drawbacks of the iPad, like it’s really impossible to read books on iPad in the sun light because of the reflective glass screen, while one can easily read it on Kindle Fire.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVE0zzLZtV8

The other important points highlighted in the new video commercial is that at the price of one iPad users can purchase three Kindle Fire – two Kindle Fire unit and one Kindle Fire 5.

If one wants to purchase a tablet in coming days than he/she may watch this new video commercial.

However, if it’s up to me to choose between Amazons’ Kindle Fire and Apples’ iPad, I will prefer iPad over Kindle Fire as the features and support of Apple iPad is quite impressive, compare to Kindle Fire.

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