What is the difference between Kindle, Kindle Touch, and Kindle Fire?

Guest
03.01.2012
Guest

What is the difference between Kindle, Kindle Touch, and Kindle Fire?

sisko66002
03.01.2012
sisko66002

Kindle has a physical keyboard, kindle touch has no physical keyboard, and the kindle fire is a touchscreen multipurpose tablet device.

TheTruth
03.01.2012
TheTruth

Hi Thomas, you already asked similar question today. The difference is in touch screen and color screen. Also, you need to understand that e-Ink Nook Simple Touch from Barnes & Noble (at $99 with no ads) has twice the battery life of Kindle Touch ($139 without ads), faster page turns than Kindle, and microSD card slot to expand capacity that neither Kindle has. With Nook you can checkout eBooks from public libraries - just need to get Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) software (free from Adobe site). Also it's worth mentioning that if you walk in with any Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you'll get tech support and you're allowed to read ANY available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi where Nook eBook store has over 2.5 million of paid books and about the same number of free public domain books. According to Consumer Reports, CNET, PCWORLD, etc.pro reviews Nook Simple Touch is the best ereader on the market.
Nook Tablet has been getting rave pro reviews on the web and it is the best device in it's class. It's got Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Angry Brids, etc., the best battery life (30% better than Fire), the best non-glare laminated screen (vs.very reflective non-laminated Fire screen), double the RAM and space for apps/photoes/movies than Kindle Fire, microSD slot and a microphone for Skype (not on Kindle), physical volume controls on the side (not on Kindle) and much zippier performance during video playback and apps usage than choppy/laggy act of Kindle Fire according to many user and pro's reviews.

Rose D
03.01.2012
Rose D

The Kindle and Kindle Touch both are e-ink devices with smaller screens, while the Kindle Fire has a 7" color LCD screen. The Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch both play audio, while the basic Kindle doesn't. The Kindle fire plays video, but the other two don't.